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About Jambojet

Founded in 2013, Jambojet is a Kenyan airline that offers domestic fights throughout Kenya, as well a small number of international flights to destinations within West-Central Africa. Jambojet is headquartered in Nairobi with its airport hub at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (NBO). The airline is a subsidiary of the national carrier of Kenya, Kenya Airlines

Jambojet flew its inaugural flight on 1st April 2014 with a domestic service from its base in Nairobi. In February 2018, the Kenyan carrier made its international debut with a service between Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (NBO) and Entebbe International Airport (EBB).


Jambojet Fleet

The Jambojet fleet includes two Boeing 737-300 and five Bombardier Dash 8-Q400 aircraft.


Jambojet Baggage Allowance

Carry-on Baggage

The baggage allowance for Jambojet passengers is one item of carry-on baggage. The baggage must not weight more than 10kg and must fit within the dimensions of 55cm x 35cm x25cm. If your baggage exceeds this weight or dimensions, it will be classed as oversized baggage, and as a result, it'll have to be checked in as checked baggage for a fee.

Checked Baggage

There is no free baggage allowance for Jambojet flights. Passengers flying on Jambojet are able to purchase up to two checked bags. The weight and size restrictions on these bags will depend on the fee that you pay. The different weight classes are:

  • 0—20kg
  • 21—26kg
  • 27—32kg


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Jambojet Check-In

Online Check-In

Passengers can check-in for their Jambojet flight 30 hours before their flight departure time. Online check-in closes 90 minutes before flight departure time. All passengers — excluding infants or those who require special assistance — are eligible for online check-in.

Airport Check-In

For domestic flights, the Jambojet check-in counter opens 2 hours before flight departure time and closes 40 minutes before flight departure time. For international flights, check-in opens 2 hours and 30 minutes before flight departure time and closes one hour before flight departure time.


Jambojet Airport Hub

Jomo Kenyatta International Airport

Starting operations in 1958, Jomo Kenyatta International is an international airport in Kenya, Nairobi and the airport hub of Jambojet. The airport is the seventh busiest in Africa, serving between 6—8 million passengers a year. 

The airport is split into two terminals — Terminal 1 and Terminal 2. Terminal 1 is split into five different sections, Terminal 1A—E, with four of the sections dealing with international flights and the other dealing with domestic flights. Terminal 2 deals with both international and domestic flights, mainly for low-cost carriers. Jambojet primarily uses Terminal 1D for domestic flights and Terminal 1A for international flights. Other airlines that fly from Jomo Kenyatta include Silverstone Air and Kenya Airways, British Airways, fly540 and Fly Sax. To find out more about how to reach some of the world's top safari destinations from Jomo Kenyatta, please visit our Safari Flights page.


Outside of Jomo Kenyatta International Airport from a distance




Jambojet News

4th June 2018

Jambojet will add two new aircraft this summer

Kenyan airline, Jambojet, is expanding its fleet by adding two Dash 8-400s this summer. The airline already has four of these aircraft type in its fleet and according to CEO of Kenya Airlines, Sebastian Mikosz, the airline is preparing to put in an even bigger order for the 8-400s later this year.  Jambojet is expected to increase the frequency of their flights with these new aircraft and to look at the possibility of expanding their flight network with some additional routes to new destinations too.