Search, compare and do cheap Safarilink online booking. Safarilink aviation is a regional airline of Kenya and its central airport is placed at Wilson Airport in Nairobi, Kenya. The airline now offers daily scheduled services to twenty-two destinations and during the busiest period of the year carries over 14,000 passengers per month. Kenya premier safari airline has a network of linking local scheduled services to all the top safari places within Kenya and across the border into northern Tanzania. Airlines that also fly from Kenya are jetways and Silverstone Air. Do cheap Safarilink flight booking online now and save time and money.
Safarilink flies to over twenty-two destinations daily. They cover many of the top safari destinations within Kenya as well as crossing over into Northern territory of Tanzania to ensure that you have some of the top choices at hand.
Baggage allowance has a full baggage allowance of 15kg. This contains hand baggage and personal items (laptops and cameras), baggage should not exceed 90 x 65 x 35cm.
Passengers flying to Kisumu, Zanzibar, Viking, Diani, Kitale, and Lodwar have a baggage allowance of 20kg.
Safarilink have the following planes in their fleet:
• 1 x Dehavilland Dash 8
• 10 x Cessna Caravan
The airline is a member of the Kenya Air operators association. The airline will now commence services from Nairobi to Zanzibar and presently employs hundred staff of whom twenty-six are pilots. The airline, which predominantly flies tourist place routes, announced flights will originate from Wilson Airport.
All of Safarilink flights run on daily basis except for the Laikipia to Mara direct flight route, which do not run between 1st April to 15 June and 15 November to 15th December. Passengers can, anyway, go through Wilson Airport and catch a linking flight to Mara.
Reconfirmation of flights is not required although it is advised that it is done.