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Search, compare and do cheap Fly540 online booking. Fly540 is a Kenyan low-cost airline which runs flights around East Africa. The airline is based in Nairobi and is hubbed at Jomo Kenyatta international Airport (NBO), flying to destinations in South Sudan, Kenya, and Zanzibar with scheduled flights. Do cheap Fly540 flight booking online now and save time and money.

Fly540 Online Booking FAQs

Fly540 flight booking famous routes

At its inception, Fly540 only had 1 flight route which was Nairobi to Mombasa, two of the biggest cities in Kenya. Due to their affordability, Fly40 was capable to spread their flights routes to all other famous destinations.

Fleet information

•    Fly540 have the following aircraft in the fleet:
•    1 x DC-9 Jet 130 passengers
•    2 x Bombardier Dash 8 102 series Turbo prop 37 passengers.
•    1x Fokker F28 Jet 67 passengers
•    3X CANADAIR CL-600-2B19 Jet 50 passengers

Fly540 Baggage allowance

Carry-on baggage

Passengers hand luggage must not exceed the dimensions 56x 45×25 cm. There is no official weight on carry-on baggage but it must not be excessively heavy.

Checked baggage

Passengers are allowed 1 x 20kg of checked luggage per person.  Infants who do not occupy their own seats are permitted 1 x 10kg in addition to a collapsible stroller.

Fly540 Check-In

Online check-in

Online check-in opens forty-eight hours before flight departure time and closes 2 hours before. To check-in online, passengers must enter their surname and booking reference under the Manage My Booking Section on the fly540 site.

Fly540 Flight Booking Online Tips

The airline was founded in 2006 and start flying in November that year with domestic flights between Mombasa and Nairobi with ATR 42 aircraft. In 2007, the airline included extra aircraft and developed new local routes which led to the passengers numbers rising by ninety-three percent by the end of 2008. 2008 saw the airline introduced international routes flights to South Sudan, the Democratic Republic of the Uganda and Congo.

In 2012, the airline was purchased by FastJet, who wanted to invest and release Africa budget airline with a similar business model as EasyJet.