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South African Airways offers the convenience of direct flights to Nairobi. As the capital of Kenya, the city plays host to an exciting range of business and tourist opportunities.

The region is a melting pot of tourism and industry. As East Africa’s largest economy and one of the top 10 largest economies in Africa, it is also the only city in the world that has a game reserve within its borders. The contrast between a bustling city and the tranquillity of the game reserve sets the scene for a diverse experience whether you’re looking to do business or are a tourist.

The Jomo Kenyatta International Airport is located roughly 18km from the urban centre. The city centre is easily reached by taxi. Car hire and shuttle facilities are available at the airport.

The frequency of SAA flights into Nairobi is 9 times a week. Flights are easily accessible from South Africa. You can rest assured that our flights to Nairobi deliver excellent turnaround times, premium dispatch reliability and world-class facilities.

An ideal destination for any visitor, the district offers a range of activities including safaris and visits to museums and restaurants; Contributing to its reputation as a recognised hub for business and culture, Nairobi is a thriving metropolis and a sight not to be missed.

So, if you are travelling in Africa, make sure Nairobi is on your list of places to visit. For other spectacular destinations in South Africa and the world, or for more information about Nairobi visit our destinations page.

If you are a frequent flyer, you qualify for our SAA Voyager loyalty programme. The programme aims to reward regular flyers through the accumulation of miles. These Voyager Miles can be redeemed for flights, upgrades and non-air rewards. To sign up for the SAA Voyager programme take a look at our Voyager page.

South African Airways brings you the best regional flight specials travelling to all your favourite destinations! View all our special flight offers to and from Nairobi here.

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