Safarilink Aviation

Transport

Address:
PO Box 5616-00506, Nairobi
Member Number: 20529 Tel: +254 (0) 20 6690000

Safarilink is Kenya’s premier airline with a network of inter-connecting domestic scheduled services to all the best safari,beach and business destinations within Kenya and across the border into northern Tanzania. From its base at Wilson Airport, Nairobi.

Safarilink provides daily scheduled flights to Amboseli, Diani Beach, Kapese, Kitale, Kilimanjaro, Lamu, Lewa Downs, Lodwar, Loisaba, Migori, Masai Mara, Naivasha, Nanyuki, Samburu, Tsavo West, Vipingo, and Zanzibar. The scheduled services are interconnected so that agents can put together ‘fly & drive’ safaris to meet the needs of most clients.

Where we operate

  • Kenya

News

09 May 2019

Safarilink Aviation Makes History

Safarilink Aviation successfully completed the IATA Standard Safety Assessment (ISSA) designed for commercial airlines and the airline is now on the ISSA registry. The assessment covered the following disciplines; Organization and Management System which includes Quality, Safety and Security Systems Flight Operations Operational Control and Flight Dispatch Ground Handling Operations Aircraft Engineering and Maintenance.

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12 March 2019

Masai Mara To Zanzibar

Safarilink takes this opportunity to remind our customers about our daily seamless connecting service from Masai Mara to Zanzibar, or to Diani, Vipingo and Lamu. Clients ending their safari in Laikipia or Masai Mara can connect via Wilson to Zanzibar, thereby arriving at a very convenient time of 1530 and enjoy sundowners on the beach!

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18 February 2019

Safarilink clarification of erroneous media report

Reference is made to the unverified media report attributing the unfortunate incident of a plane crash in Londiani, Kericho on 13th February 2019 to Safarilink. Safarilink wishes to clarify that the aircraft was NOT owned, operated or sub-chartered by Safarilink as falsely reported by Nation Media Group and other media houses. Safarilink wishes to sympathize with the victims and families of this unfortunate incident. By Management Safarilink Aviation Limited

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27 August 2018

Safarilink set to Launch New Route to Kisumu

Safarilink is set to launch a NEW service to Kisumu from 3rd September 2018. The TWICE daily service to Kisumu means a total of 14 flights per week providing passengers a convenient connection to all our best Beach and Safari destinations.

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07 June 2018

Daily Direct Flights To Zanzibar

Greetings!We are delighted to announce our DIRECT flight to Zanzibar will now operate DAILY from 1st July 2018.We take this opportunity to remind you of the convenient timings of this service, which enables passengers to connect from all our safari destinations, most notably Masai Mara and Laikipia, allowing passengers to arrive at their destination in daylight hours! The inbound early evening return flight from Zanzibar enables suitable connections to international flights.For more information…

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27 April 2018

Appointment – Chief Executive Officer – Designate

On behalf of the Board, I would like to announce that John Buckley will be retiring as Managing Director at the end of 2018.

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08 March 2018

Safarilink Appoints A New Chairman

Safarilink Aviation is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Mbuvi Ngunze as the new non-executive Chairman of the company with effect from March 2018. Mr. Ngunze succeeds the outgoing Chairman Captain Aslam Khan of ALS Ltd, who has served in the same capacity since the Company started in 2004. Captain Khan was highly instrumental in the growth and expansion of Safarilink over his tenure over the past 14 years and will be missed.

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11 May 2017

Safarilink New Route to Zanzibar

Safarilink is delighted to announce a further expansion to its route network: a four times a week service to Zanzibar from 01 July 2017. The flights will operate on Mondays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays.   The 14.00hrs departure from Wilson Airport allows passengers to connect off our services from the Masai Mara and Laikipia whilst the early evening return arrival time into Wilson enables connection to several international flights. The flig…

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22 February 2017

Safarilink Departure Lounge

Safarilink is delighted to announce that we have finally been granted KAA approval to board passengers on domestic services directly from our dedicated and secure lounge. Safarilink invested over $100,000 in state of the art security equipment to comply with KCAA and KAA stringent security conditions – a process that started over two years ago! The equipment, together with extensive CCTV coverage in both the external perimeters and internal areas of the lounge meet more than the minimum…

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29 June 2015

Daily flights to Vipingo Ridge

Safarilink Aviation is pleased to announce the addition of Vipingo Route to its network of flights. Effective 1st July 2015, Safarilink will commence daily operations from Wilson Airport to Vipingo via Diani Airstrip. Vipingo ridge is one of the most beautiful, scenic and tranquil locations on the Kenyan coast and is home to a five star private residential golfing destination. The service will not be limited to persons staying at Vipingo Ridge, but will provide a convenient alternative to Mali…

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01 September 2014

New Links From Nairobi To Lodwar & Lokichar (Kapese Airstrip)

Safarilink Aviation is pleased to announce the addition of a new service to its network of flights. Effective 8th September 2014, Safarilink will commence operations from Wilson Airport to Lodwar via Kapese Airstrip in Lokichar. The new route will be serviced  five times a week (Monday-Friday) The time and rates are as follows:    From  To Departure Arrive Wilson …

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14 July 2014

Safarilink Joins Kenya's First Lady In Supporting 'Hands Off Our Elephants' Campaign

Safarilink flagged off a partnership with Wildlife Direct to support the Kenyan Hands Off Our Elephants campaign by branding all aircrafts with 'HANDS OFF OUR ELEPHANTS' messaging and adopting a policy of no ivory on board Safarilink aircraft. Safarilink is the first airline to partner with Wildlife Direct to help raise public awareness to stem the trafficking of ivory and other wildlife products.    The campaign should not only reach tourists, airline and airport staff, but …

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27 November 2012

Safarilink announces new services

From June 2013, Safarilink will add two new services in a show of confidence that Kenya will remain a choice destination for upmarket visitors coming to the country for a safari. Tourists will now be able to fly from the Masai Mara to Laikipia (a reverse of the existing Laikipia to Mara service), where some award winning safari camps are located. The second service will be from Laikipia to Wilson in the late afternoon, thereby offering a choice of a morning or afternoon service for visitors. L…

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