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Airports in Kenya, List of Kenya Airports By City

All the Major Airports in Kenya are given below. To find more information about any of these airports click on the airport name. Our database have 41 Airports in Kenya. Kenya IATA Airport Codes and ICAO Codes are listed bellow.

Airport City, Country IATA airport code ICAO airport code
Amboseli Airport Amboseli, Kenya ASV HKAM
Bamburi Airport Bamburi, Kenya BMQ -
Eldoret Airport Eldoret, Kenya EDL HKED
Elive Springs Airport Elive Springs, Kenya EYS HKES
Ferguson'S Gulf Kalokol, Kenya FER HKFG
Garissa Airport Garissa, Kenya GAS HKGA
Hola Airport Hola, Kenya HOA HKHO
Jomo Kenyatta International Airport Nairobi (NBO), Kenya NBO HKJK
Kakamega Airport Kakamega, Kenya GGM HKKG
Kalokol Airport Kalokol, Kenya KLK -
Kericho Airport Kericho, Kenya KEY HKKR
Kerio Valley Airport Kerio Valley, Kenya KRV -
Kilaguni Airport Kilaguni, Kenya ILU HKKL
Kisumu Airport Kisumu, Kenya KIS HKKI
Kitale Airport Kitale, Kenya KTL HKKT
Kiunga Airport Kiunga, Kenya KIU -
Kiwayu Airport Kiwayu, Kenya KWY -
Lake Baringo Airport Lake Baringo, Kenya LBN -
Lake Rudolf Airport Lake Rudolf, Kenya LKU -
Lamu Airport Lamu, Kenya LAU HKLU
Liboi Airport Liboi, Kenya LBK -
Lodwar Airport Lodwar, Kenya LOK HKLO
Lokichoggio Airport Lokichoggio, Kenya LKG -
Loyangalani Airport Loyangalani, Kenya LOY HKLY
Malindi Airport Malindi, Kenya MYD HKML
Mandera Airport Mandera, Kenya NDE HKMA
Mara Lodges Airport Mara Lodges, Kenya MRE -
Marsabit Airport Marsabit, Kenya RBT HKMB
Moi International Airport Mombasa, Kenya MBA HKMO
Moyale Airport Moyale, Kenya OYL HKMY
Mulika Lodge Airport Meru-Kinna, Kenya JJM HKMK
Mumias Airport Mumias, Kenya MUM -
Nakuru Airport Nakuru, Kenya NUU HKNK
Nanyuki Airport Nanyuki, Kenya NYK HKNY
Nyeri Airport Nyeri, Kenya NYE HKNI
Nzoia Airport Nzoia, Kenya NZO -
Samburu Airport Samburu, Kenya UAS HKSB
Ukunda Airport Ukunda, Kenya UKA -
Vipingo Estate Airport Vipingo Estate, Kenya VPG
Wajir Airport Wajir, Kenya WJR HKWJ
Wilson Airport Nairobi (NBO), Kenya WIL HKNW

The IATA airport code consists of three letters and is defined by IATA (International Air Transport Association).
The ICAO airport code consists of four letters and is defined by ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization).