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Kenya Airways Flights

Kenya Airways was established in January of 1977 as a state owned airline until 1986, when it became privatised under the new “Economic Management for Renewed Growth” scheme. Since then, Kenya Airways began to develop into the leading Sub-Saharan airline service it is today. To date, Kenya Airways is ranked fourth amongst the top ten flights in Africa by seat capacity.

Currently, Kenya Airways serves both domestic and international flight routes to a variety of different countries worldwide including Asia and Europe.

IMPORTANT! Information is correct as of 17 July 2014 and is subject to change. Please always check Kenya Airways website for the latest update of the following information.

Why fly with Kenya Airways

Check-in

For passengers travelling on the international routes, they are required to check-in 2.5 hours prior to the departure of their flights. For all domestic travellers, they are required to check-in 1.5 hours before their flight’s departure. Check in counters at the airports will close 30 minutes prior to the flight’s departure. For passengers holding on to an e-ticket, they can check-in online through the Kenya Airlines website from 30 hours to 2 hours prior to their flight’s departure. There are designated check-in counters at the airports for passengers who have checked-in online to drop-off their check-in baggage.

Seating

Reservation of seats is available upon checking-in for the flights at the airport counters. For passengers who choose to check-in online through Kenya Airlines’ web check-in service, they are also allowed to select preferred seats during their web check-ins.

Booking Fees/Payment Methods

There is no booking fee applied whether you reserve your tickets through their website or through their call services.

In-flight Services

Kenya Airlines provides in-flight entertainment in the form of the latest movies for both long haul and short haul flights. Magazines are also provided.

Baggage Allowances

Baggage allowance might be subjected to change depending on the aircraft operating on the day of your flight itself. However, the standard allowance for check in baggage for Economy class passengers flying to or from Europe is two pieces, each weighing no more than 23kg. For Business class passengers on this route, the baggage allowance is two pieces per passenger, each weighing no more than 32kg. For the passengers travelling on the Economy class within Africa, the check in baggage allowance is 30kg. For Business class passengers on the same route, the allowance is 40kg. For Economy class passengers travelling between Africa and the Middle East, the check in baggage allowance is 40kg, and for Business class passengers it is 50kg. For the domestic routes within Kenya, Economy class passengers are allowed up to 20kg of check-in baggage while Business class passengers are allowed up to 30kg of check-in baggage. The carry on allowance for passengers of all seat types and all routes is 10kg.

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.