18-11-2017 by redazione
As malindikenya. net had announced a few weeks ago, a new low-cost airline decided to open the Nairobi-Malindi route and also to promote tourism and business between Malindi and Lamu.
It is Silverstone Air, a local company that invested on domestic flights using the Bombardier Dash, the same aircraft used by the Fly540 and SAX lines.
The departure airport is also the same, Wilson Airport.
Flights have been scheduled since Monday 28 November, every day and tickets are already available online at the airline's website.
Departure from the capital will be at 14:00 and arrival after an hour.
The trip from Malindi to Wilson Airport in Nairobi at 16.35 with arrival at 17.35.
Prices will be low, under the Kshs. 10.000. For example, we tried to book for 28 November and the price of the round trip is Kshs. 9.880.
Excellent prices for daily flights to Lamu, from Malindi.
Departure at 15.15 with arrival after 20/25 minutes and return at 15.50.
Price of each individual route around the Kshs. 3.000
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