International Airlines serving Kenya include:Kenya Airways (National Carrier), Aero Zambia, Aeroflot Soviet Airlines, Air Botswana, Air Canada, Air France, Air Gabon, Air India, Air Madagascar, Air Malawi, Air Mauritius, Air Namibia, Air Rwanda, Air Sychelles, Air Tanzania, Air Zaire, Air Zimbabwe, Alitalia, Alliance Air, American Airlines, Austrian Airlines, Balkan Bulgarian Airlines, British Airways, Cameroon Airlines, Cathy Pacific Airways, Egypt Air, El Al Israel Airlines, Gulf Air, Iberia, Iran Air, Japan Airlines, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Nigeria Airways, Pakistan International Airlines, Royal Swazi Airways, Sebena, Saudi Arabian Airlines, South African Airways, Sudan Airways, Swissair, Uganda Airlines, Varig Brazillian Airlines, Zambia Airways.
Light aircraft are available for charter to destinations that have no scheduled flights. There is a range of single and twin engine aircraft offering a minimum of three passengers seats and up to 27. All principal lodges and tented camps have their own airstrips suitable for light aircraft. The establishment then provides vehicles for hire by those who arrive by air, while within the area. To avoid the rough roads to some interior areas like the Masai Mara and Amboseli, scheduled flights have been designed to serve the important tourist destination areas within the country by small private airline companies and also the national carrier, Kenya Airways.
Kenya Airways is now in partnership with KLM, the Royal Dutch Airline, and flies in schedules to major cities in Europe, daily e.g. London, Amsterdam, Stockholm, etc. If you travel by Kenya Airways, you are advantaged because your internal flight needs (while within Kenya) shall be catered for.