Kenya’s leading domestic carrier Fly540 is set to resume direct flights to Kisumu International Airport to Kisumu from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) Terminal 2 by December. The operator suspended flights from January in light of restrictions issued by the Ministry of Health under the pandemic travel restrictions to the Lake Region Counties.
Initially, direct Kisumu flights were available every Friday and Sunday from KShs 4,540. The airline will now fly daily with a one-way ticket from as low as KShs 3,450 making it the cheapest ticket to the Western Circuit.
Fly540 is East Africa’s premier low-cost airline offering low fares on scheduled flights all year round to destinations within Kenya, South Sudan and Zanzibar.
Headquartered in Nairobi and operating from Jomo Kenyatta International and Wilson Airports, Fly540 Kenya flies to Eldoret, Kisumu, Lamu, Lodwar, Malindi, Mombasa and across the border to Juba and Zanzibar.
All Fly540 Kenya flights depart from and return to JKIA. Passengers are advised to check-in no later than 40 minutes prior to departure of domestic flights and 2 hours prior to departure for international flights. Boarding will commence 20 minutes prior to departure, and the boarding gates will close 10 minutes prior to departure.
According to CEO Don Smith, Fly540’s initiative to Kisumu will help link flights with other international destinations especially within East Africa such as Entebbe. Fly540 promises to do the best to help you connect, or re-schedule your flight in case of cancellation as soon as possible or in worse case scenarios, offer a change in route on our network or a re-schedule to another date.