HOW TO FLY TO EAST AFRICA
Many of the major World airlines fly to East Africa. These include
- South African Airways
- British Airways
- Precision Air
- Kenya Airways
- Swiss Air
- Ethiopian Air
- Turkish Airlines
Nairobi’s International Airport acts as a hub for the East Africa region. With all international flights to Nairobi, you can easily get your connecting flight to Uganda, Rwanda, Tanzania and Zanzibar with local carriers such as Precision Air, Fly540, Coastal Aviation, Air Uganda, Kenya Airways & regional Air. Precision Air which is Tanzania’s national airline, now operates a flight daily from Johannesburg straight into Dar es Salaam in Tanzania. Dar es Salaam is less than an hour flight from Arusha. The advantage with flying into Dar es Salaam is you avoid paying an additional visa fee in Kenya.
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Airports in East Africa
- Kenya has 4 International Airports: Jomo Kenya International Airport in Nairobi, Mombasa International Airport in Mombasa, Kisumu International Airport in Kisumu and Moi International Airport in Eldoret; of these 4 airports, Joma Kenya International Airport and Mombasa International Airport are most frequently used by international tourists.
- Tanzania has 3 major Airports: Kilimanjaro Airport near Arusha, Julius Nyerere Airport in Dar Es Salaam and Abeid Karume International Airport of Zanzibar.
- Uganda has 1 International Airport: Entebbe International Airport,
- Rwanda also has 1 airport: Kigali International Airport