Nairobi international airport named after the first president of Kenya Jomo Kenyatta is located 15 km from the city centre and is the largest gateway in the entire West Africa. It is also called Embakasi airport and is the hub for Kenya Airways, Fly540 and JetLink Express. The operating runway here is over 3 km long, and the passenger terminal is divided into sections handling international and domestic flights. Like in any international airport, there are duty-free shops in the departure lounge. The airport houses numerous cafes, restaurants, luggage room, foreign currency exchange booths, concourses and lounges. Wilson airport is located 5 km to the south from the city. It serves destinations within the African continent and is the hub for Airkenya. One can get from both airports to Nairobi by bus or by taxi.
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