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Flying in Africa

African airlines

Ethiopian airlines aeroplanes in Bole airport in Addis Abeba

There are a number of airlines flying to- and from Africa as well as many national and local African airline companies to choose from when travelling in Africa. Most offer high service for a relatively small price though some don’t have the highest rating regarding safety.

People in a small aeroplane on the way to Masai Mara

People in a small aeroplane on the way to Masai Mara

Safarilink flies between Nairobi, Naivasha and Masa Mara

Safarilink flies between Nairobi, Naivasha and Masa Mara as well as to other destinations in Kenya

Safarilink flies between Nairobi, Naivasha and Masa Mara as well as to other destinations in Kenya

Handling luggage on an airstrip in Masai Mara

aeroplane on the sky

A jet against the sky and a huge cumulus cloud

Traveling over land can be time-consuming, uncomfortable, hot, dusty etc. but this is the way to go if you want to experience more of Africa and its landscapes, people and animals.

flying in Africa

Small air-strips like this one close to Keekorok Lodge in Masai Mara opens up for the option of saving valuable time on bad roads by flying

A bend of the Mara River in Kenya seen from above

A bend of the Mara River in Kenya seen from above

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