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International Flights

Airkenya and its subsidiary airlines, Aerolink Uganda and Regional Air Tanzania, together provide you with a complete East African experience. Each Airline operates scheduled flights within their own countries and collaboratively furnish you seamless network connectivity across the respective borders: from Kenya to Tanzania and Uganda and the reverse. We also provide tailor-made charter services within and across East Africa.

Arrival into Kenya:
Please note it is now a mandatory requirement for all passengers arriving in Kenya to fill in the Traveller’s Health Surveillance Form by the Ministry of Health. Forms must be filled online prior to disembarkation.
All arriving passengers on international flights with a COVID-19 Negative certificate tested within 96 hours whose body temperature is NOT above 37.5oC (99.5oF), do NOT have a persistent cough, difficulty in breathing or other flu-like symptoms shall be exempt from quarantine.
However, if there is a reported case of COVID-19 on the flight or if the above symptoms are detected, the passengers within 2 rows of the passenger with the symptoms shall be isolated for testing. If the results are negative, they shall be allowed to leave the facility.
Passengers travelling out of the country will be required to abide by the Covid-19 requirements of destination countries.
The list of approved states that are exempted from mandatory quarantine can be accessed at KCAA website.

Kilimanjaro Services:
We are now offering our Wilson – Kilimanjaro – Wilson Services effective 16th September 2020.
All travellers arriving in Tanzania will be required to present a valid NEGATIVE COVID-19 certificate from an approved laboratory in a departure country tested within 72 hours before travel.
All travellers, whether foreigners or returning residents, entering or leaving Tanzania will be subjected to enhanced screening for COVID-19 infection. There is no requirement for mandatory quarantine.
Upon arrival, travellers with signs and symptoms related to COVID-19 may undergo testing.
All travellers are required to fill out Traveller’s Surveillance Forms available onboard and submit to Port Health Authorities upon arrival.

Mara – Entebbe – Mara (via Kisumu) Services:
This service is now open for bookings effective 01st October 2020.
Travellers headed to Uganda are expected to have taken a COVID-19 PCR test at least 72 hours before arrival into Entebbe. There will be no mandatory quarantine as tourists will be taken straight to their holiday destinations and returning Ugandans, who have negative results will be allowed to go home.
The Ministry of Health will only get their addresses for follow up.
Passengers from Uganda arriving into Kenya (Kisumu International Airport) are advised to obtain their Visas prior departure in Uganda, as this is no longer available on arrival in Kisumu.
Passengers with the East Africa Tourist Visa qualify for multi-entry within Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda. However, this expires automatically if a traveller ventures outside of the three countries. This Visa is valid for 90 days.