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Cheap flights to Nairobi

Nairobi is the capital city of Kenya and the largest city in the country. It is famous for Nairobi National Park, the world’s only game reserve found within a city. One of the key cities in Africa, Nairobi is often referred as the ‘Green City in the sun’ for its beautiful villas and suburbs. The city derived its name from Enkare Nyrobi (a Maasai phrase) literally meaning ‘place of cool waters’. This vibrant East African city is the ‘Safari Capital of Africa’ as it is very close to Ngong hills and the Great Rift Valley. The city was established by the British in 1899 and since then, has developed into a major center of commerce and trade in Africa. The city is home to several important organizations and companies along with plenty of wildlife and stunning nature.

The Kenyan capital enjoys a typical sub-tropical climate and experiences a steady temperature round the year due to its location close to the equator. The months from December to March are certainly the best time to visit the city while July to October is the dry season allowing good opportunities for game viewing.

You can enjoy several activities and sightseeing in Nairobi including a visit to the famous Nairobi National Park which offers exciting wildlife safari. Visit the Great Rift Valley and trek along the peaks of Ngong Hills and learn about the geological formation of our planet and the birth place of humankind. Enjoy a tour of the traditional tribal villages in Bomas to understand the native culture and traditions. Have river rafting adventure in Tana River and have a memorable ride on the Jambo Kenya Deluxe train from Nairobi to Mombasa. Enjoy the local cuisine at Talisman, Carnivore and Tai Chi restaurants. Try Nyama Choma, the most popular dish of Kenya and groove to African tribal, jazz, fusion and contemporary music at the numerous pubs in Nairobi.

Take a flight to Nairobi’s Jomo Kenyatta International Airport is the city’s main point of entry. It connects Nairobi to many European, African and Asia-Pacific countries by several major airlines like Kenya Airways, Air France, Etihad Airways, British Airways, etc. Flights to Nairobi are widely available from African, Middle Eastern and European cities. Nairobi city flights are widely available with all the major international airlines as well as regional air carriers. Look out for direct flight to Nairobi from your cities and check out online for the best air fares. Online websites offer plenty of best deals round the year for Nairobi along with hotels. Get the cheapest air fares to Nairobi by booking in advance.

Jomo Kenyatta International Airport is the primary airport serving the city if Nairobi, the capital as well as the largest city in Kenya. It is a joint operations airport; this means that it offer civilian as well military operations. The airport is located in the Embakasi region, which is almost 15 kilometers away from the city center of Nairobi. The airport has been so named in order to honor the memory of Jomo Kenyatta, who was the first prime minister as well as president of the country. Jomo Kenyatta International Airport is owned by the government and operated by the Kenya Airports Authority. It is a major hub for several airlines, including the likes of Kenya Airways and Fly540. The airport has been in operation since the year 1958, and was inaugurated by Sir Evelyn Baring, the last of the colonial governors of the country, and was back then known as Embakasi Airport. After Kenya gained its independence in the year 1964, the name was changed to Nairobi International Airport, and in 1978 was renamed to its current name. Residing at an elevation of almost 5,327 feet above mean sea level, the airport is served by many airlines, most of which offer regular scheduled flights to Jomo Kenyatta International Airport from various destinations across the world. Lufthansa, however, offers seasonal flights to Jomo Kenyatta International Airport from Frankfurt.

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Arrival Airport:Jomo Kenyatta International Airport
Aircraft: Boeing 747, Airbus A320
Area Served:Nairobi