Jomo kenyatta international airport

Jomo kenyatta international airport in Nairobi. At Impala Shuttles, we know how important it is to get your vacation off to a seamless and smooth start. That’s why every part of your journey, from your front door to the start hotel of your chosen vacation, and from your hotel to the airport and back home again on your return, is made easy with Impala.

Impala offer cost-effective and affordable transport 24 hours a day, seven days a week with door-to-door transfers from the Jomo Kenyatta International airport terminals to your home, office, hotel or holiday destination.

We take the hassle out of flying because you eliminate the stress of driving to and from the airport and security concerns associated with late night arrivals. Our services include offering exclusive airport hospitality with a meet and greet services, assistance with baggage and access to professional and courteous drivers.

We have developed a unique online booking platform that will allow you to get exact rates for your transport which means, no surprises and no hidden fees, what you see is what you pay!

J.K.I.A, is an international airport in Nairobi, the capital of and largest city in Kenya. The other two important international airports in Kenya include the Kisumu International Airport and Moi International Airport.

There are two terminals. Terminal 1 is arranged in a semi-circular orientation and is divided into four parts: 1A, 1B, 1C, and 1E are used for international arrivals and departures while terminal 1D is used for domestic departures and arrivals. 

Terminal 2 is used by low-cost carriers. The original terminal, located on the north side of the runway, is used by Kenya Airforce and is sometimes referred as Old Embakasi Airport.

Figures from KAA indicate that the airport’s Terminal 1-A has a capacity of 2.5 million passengers. The Kenyan government is targeting over 25 million passengers annually by 2025 on the expansion of JKIA‘s terminals. In 2016, JKIA accounted for more than 70 per cent of overall passenger traffic in the country.

It also had over 7 million passengers pass through it. Domestic travellers through the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) made up 40% cent of overall passengers in 2016. This is an increase from 32% five years prior (2012