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About Safarilink

Safarilink Aviation is a regional airline of Kenya and its hub airport is located at Wilson Airport in Nairobi, Kenya. The airline now provides daily scheduled services to 22 destinations and during the busiest periods of the year carries over 14,000 passengers per month.Kenya's premier safari airline has a network of connecting domestic scheduled services to all the best safari destinations within Kenya and across the border into northern Tanzania. Airlines that also fly from Kenya are Silverstone Air and Jetways Airways. Find out about other airlines that operate safari flights. Alternatively, organise your very own Masai Mara balloon safari with Governor's Balloon Safari.

The airline is a member of the Kenya Association of Air Operators. The airline will now commence services from Nairobi to Zanzibar and currently employs 100 staff of whom 26 are pilots. The airline, which predominantly flies tourist destination routes, announced flights will originate from Wilson Airport on a Beech 1900 aircraft which carries a maximum of 19 passengers.



The airline flies to a number of destinations on a daily schedule.

Amboseli Diani Beach Kilimanjaro Kitale
Lamu Lewa Downs Lodwar Loisaba
Masai Mara Naivasha Nanyuki Samburu
Shaba Tsavo West Vipingo Ridge Zanzibar



Baggage Allowance

Passengers have a total baggage allowance of 15kg. This includes hand baggage and personal items (cameras and laptops). Baggage should not exceed 90 x 65 x 35cm.

Passengers flying to Zanzibar, Kisumu, Kitale, Diani, Viking and Lodwar have a baggage allowance of 20kg.

Any checked baggage should be in soft bags.



Safarilink Check-In Information

Online Check-In

This airline do not currently offer online check-in for their flights.


Airport Check-In

For flights departing Nairobi (Wilson), check-in at the airport must be done at least 60 minutes before scheduled departure time.

For flights departing Kilimanjaro and Zanzibar, check-in at the airport must be done at least 90 minutes before scheduled departure time.

For flights departing Lamu and Diani, check-in at the airport must be done at least 45 minutes before scheduled departure time.

For flights departing from other airports, check-in at the airport must be done at least 30 minutes before scheduled departure time.



Safarilink Frequent Flyer Program

The airline operates a frequent flyer program called Safari Bonus to reward its regular passengers. Customers can earn points on every Safarilink scheduled flight they travel on.



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Safarilink Hub Airport 

Jomo Kenyatta International Airport

Jomo Kenyatta International Airport is Kenya's international airport in Nairobi, the capital and largest city in Kenya. Jomo Kenyatta International Airport is Kenya Airways' hub airport. The airport has scheduled flights to destinations in over 50 countries. It also acts as a hub for Fly540 and Safarilink Aviation.

The Airport has one runway and can handle nearly 6 million passengers every year. Other airlines which use Kenya International Airport include African Express Airways, China Southern Airlines, EgyptAir, Ethiopian Airlines, KLM, LAM Mozambique Airlines, RwandAir, Silverstone Air and South African Airways.

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Popular Routes

Nairobi plane icon Samburu

Lewa Downs plane icon Nairobi

Nairobi plane icon Shaba

Nairobi plane icon Kiwayu

Diani Beach plane icon Nairobi

Nairobi plane icon Kilimanjaro



The Safarilink operates 11 aircraft including Cessna Caravan, De Havilland Twin Otter and De Havilland Dash 8-100 aircraft. Most recently, the airline added a Bombardier Dash 8 Q200 to its fleet on a loan basis.




12th June 2018


Following the retirement of former Managing Director, John Buckley, the airline welcomed a new CEO this month, Alex Avedi. Avedi joined after having a position as General Manager of Operations and Safety at the Kenya Airports Authority. The newly employed CEO holds a number of certificates in aviation, most notably a Post Graduate Diploma in Advanced Aviation Management.

Speaking on the new appointment, Chairman Mbuvi Ngunze, said they wish Alex Avedi all the best in his new role. Ngunze added that the company is positive that with Avedi leading, the airline will continue to grow throughout Kenya.

Alex Avedi will be filling some big shoes — John Buckley is a co-founder of the airline and was Managing Director for just under 15 years.


3rd March 2018

New Non-Exectutive Chairman appointed

Mbuvi Ngunze has succeeded the current chairman, who has been in the role since 2004. Mr. Ngunze joined Kenya Airways in 2011 as their chief operating officer. John Buckley, Managing Director, has said Captain Khan, the man who has been succeeded, was highly instrumental in the growth and expansion of the airline over his tenure over the past 14 years.