Safarilink set to Launch Daily Flights to Kisumu

Safarilink, Kenya’s Premier Safari Airline is set to launch daily flights to and from Kisumu international Airport. The flight is scheduled to take off from Wilson Airport Nairobi on Friday 31St August 2018.
Tickets will go from as low as Kshs.4500 one way inclusive of taxes.
Kisumu International Airport is attracting more flights as demand for air travel in the route continues to expand exponentially. Safarilink will operate two daily flights to and from Kisumu out of its base at Wilson Airport.
The airline will operate a morning and late afternoon flight that will be operated with a Bombardier Dash 8 aircraft.

Currently they operate domestic scheduled flights to all the best safari destinations within Kenya and across the border into northern Tanzania.
From its base at Wilson Airport, Nairobi ,Safarilink provides daily scheduled flights to Masai Mara, Amboseli, Tsavo West, Naivasha, Nanyuki, Lewa Downs, Samburu, Lamu, Kilimanjaro, Loisaba,Chyulu Hills ,Lodwar,Migori, Vipingo ,Diani Beach and Zanzibar.
Additionally they can also provide private charter flights if a client’s particular requirement as regards destination or timing cannot be met by the scheduled services.
To meet the rising demand, Safarilink is also planning to expand its fleet with at least two more Dash 8 aircraft.
Currently, the cheapest airlines on the route are Fly540, JamboJet and Silverstone respectively. Silverstone is the only airline that also offers direct flights to Mombasa.