Cheapest car hire in Nairobi Airport
Van / minivan
From € 128.05
From € 140.53
*daily rates in Nairobi Airport based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.
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Customer questions about Nairobi Airport car hire
Hi I am looking to rent a vehicle from the 14th to 25th of July in Nairobi, I need a double cab from the airport.
Hello, we can arrange that, you can run a quote on the website or if you can let me know your flight times, I can quote for you now.
Would like to hire a car to travel around Kenya, just need a rate for a basic car
Hi, thanks for getting in touch, can you please let me know when and where you plan to collect and return the car so that I can run a quote for you to give you a guide price per day.
Useful things to know about Nairobi Airport
- The airport is named Jomo Kenyatta International Airport after the country’s first president.
- Over five million passengers visited Kenya by arriving here last year.
- This makes it the sixth busiest airport in Africa.
- The central business district of Nairobi is only nine miles from the airport.
- It’s the home airport of Kenya Airways.
Nairobi Airport Mini Guide
Nairobi Airport is also known as Jomo Kenyatta Airport, in which derives its name from Kenya's first president. In 2007 the airport handled 4,861,706 passengers from domestic and international flights making it the sixth busiest in the whole of Africa. Once collecting your hire car from Nairobi Airport, there are excellent transport links to the city and surroundings. The most popular and easiest route to the centre of Nairobi
is the Mombasa
Highway. Once exiting the airport this road is clearly signposted, the city is around 18 kilometres away and again is clearly signposted.
The airport has flights handled by approximately 49 different airlines, all of which land and depart from three main areas within the main terminal. These include the first and second unit where international flights are handled. The third unit is used for domestic flights and arrivals. Also within the airport is an old terminal which is used by the Kenyan Air force.
Due to flights connecting to destinations such as Europe and the Far East there are a wide range of airlines such as Air India
, KLM, British Airways, Emirates, Turkish Airlines and Monarch Airlines. Within the airport passengers can find a wide range of amenities. These include Beth International Limited, Glamour House and Kenya Wine Agencies which are all duty free shops located on the first floor.
Those arriving late or awaiting a flight can find hotels nearby such as the Grand Regency on the Uhuru Highway and the Hilton on Mama Ngina Street.