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Jomo Kenyatta International Airport

Jomo Kenyatta International Airport is one of Kenya's large aviation facilities and the airport that serves the country with the most international flights.

Located in Nairobi, it is named after Kenyan[?] leader Jomo Kenyatta, and it is the hub for Kenya Airways.

In 2000, a Kenya Airways plane heading to this airport crashed after take off from Côte d'Ivoire, killing 169 of the 179 passengers on board.

Among the airlines serving this airport are: Sure can edit

In addition, cargo services are flown by DAS Air Cargo, Evergreen International[?], Simba Air Cargo[?], TMA[?] and Trans Arabian[?].



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