Kaya Airlines is a Mozambican domestic airline that was created after the merging of Transairways and Sabin Air. The airline was first established in 1991 but ceased operations for a period until 2011. Its head office is at Maputo International Airport. Unfortunately, Kaya Airlines is currently banned from flying to the European Union. Please see below for alternative airlines that fly from Europe to Mozambique. Currently Kaya Airlines flies to the island of Inhaca and plans to open up routes to Machangulo and Zongoene.
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Kaya Airlines passengers must check in at the airport since the airline doesn't offer online check in.
Online check-in is not currently available for Kaya Airlines.
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Kaya Airlines is based at Maputo International Airport which is located 3km from the centre of Maputo, the capital of Mozambique. It is the largest airport in the country and is also the hub airport for LAM Mozambique Airlines, Ethiopian Mozambique Airlines and Mocambique Expresso. Other airlines that fly from Maputo Airport include Ethiopian Airlines, Turkish Airlines and TAP Air Portugal.
Maputo International is also the hub airport for LAM Mozambique Airlines and CR Aviation.
The Kaya Airlines fleet includes 2 Embraer EMB 120ER Brasilia, 2 Let L410 UVP-e, 1 Shrike Commander 500 and 1 Piper Chieftain PA-31-325.