1. Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (NBO)
It is situated 15 kilometers south of Nairobi’s city centre and it’s among the busiest airports of Africa. Jomo Kenyatta International Airport has four terminals, three of which are for international use.
2. Moi International Airport (MBA)
It is located 10 kilometers northwest of Mombasa. Moi International Airport has three terminals, a currency exchange desk, ATMs, cafeterias and tax-free shops.
3. Wilson Airport (WIL)
It is located 5 kilometers south of Nairobi. Wilson Airport is mainly used for domestic flights with light aircrafts. It is used for cargo transport and to fly passengers to popular tourist attractions in Kenya. Wilson Airport also has flights to Tanzania, Somalia and the Democratic Republic of Congo.
4. Kisumu International Airport (KIS)
It is located just outside Kisumu and it’s the third busiest and the country’s fourth International airport. It has two terminals and a 3.3 kilometers runway.
5 Malindi International Airport (MYD)
The Airport is 2.5 Kilometers (1.55 miles) west of Malindi Town. According to Kenya Airports Authority (KAA) Malindi International Airport has an annual passenger handling capacity of 300,000 passengers. Plans are underway to extend the runway from 1.4 km to 2.9 km and to increase the size of the apron to accommodate more aircraft.