Moi International Airport
The airport is operated by the Kenya Airports Authority. It has two runways (03 /21 with 3,350 m length and 15/ 33, with 1,363 m length). Runway 21 is equipped with ILS. Runway 15/33 is only released in exceptional cases on request for lighter aircraft.
The airport was named after the former Kenyan President Daniel arap Moi. Originally it was called Port Reitz Airport, and was built during the Second World War by the British colonial government. 1978 he has been expanded and modernized and has since become an International Airport.
The airport is served non-stop from German speaking countries: Air Berlin flies several times a week from Berlin- Tegel, Dusseldorf and Munich, Condor service from Frankfurt, Edelweiss Air from Zurich. There are also flights via Nairobi with about African Express Airways and Kenya Airways (November 2011).