Fleet and Facilities

We offer accommodation at our 3 sites outside Nairobi, for students at our Nairobi site we provide advice on the best places to find local accommodation

Residential self-contained bandas/cottages are available at the Orly and Ukunda campuses, and a hostel in Malindi for both national and international students. Meals are served, and local transport is arranged as needed

Ukunda

Accommodation is 7 km from the airstrip, at the Kijani Campus, where students are housed in neat bandas

Orly

A peaceful setting for the beginning student. Charming bandas adjacent to the school look out across the open vistas of the Kenyan savannah.

Malindi

A hostel for local and international students, with meals and transport provided.

Training Fleet

We have a dedicated fleet of 21 training aircraft and growing, the largest in Kenya

cessna 152

A two-seat, single-engine, high-wing aircraft. It has greater engine power than the Cessna 150, and is another training workhorse.

cessna 172

A two-seat, single-engine, high-wing aircraft. It has greater engine power than the Cessna 150, and is another training workhorse.

Piper PA-28

A four-seat, single-engine, low-wing aircraft. Popular with private owners and flying clubs, with over 32 000 delivered.

cessna 150

A two-seat, single-engine, high-wing aircraft. Designed specifically for flight training and personal use.

Cesna 206

A six-seat, single-engine, high-wing aircraft. The ubiquitous bush plane used extensively throughout Africa.

Cessna 208 Caravan

A ten-seat, single-engine, high-wing aircraft. A regular sight at all Kenyan airstrips, used widely for passenger and small cargo transfers.

Piper PA-34 Seneca II

A six-seat, twin-engine, low-wing aircraft. Popular with charter companies and private companies

Full Motion Flight Simulator

The Kenya School of Flying is the first aviation school in Africa to acquire the state of art Redbird FMX twin-engine, full motion and full vision simulator.It allows students to gain valuable training and experience at less than half the cost of the equivalent training in a twin-engine aircraft.