To travel on a domestic or international flight in Kenya, you will typically need the following documents:
- Valid Passport: If you are an international traveler, you will need a valid passport with at least six months' validity from the date of entry into Kenya. For Kenyan citizens, a valid Kenyan passport is required.
- Visa (if applicable): Some nationalities require a visa to enter Kenya. Make sure to check the visa requirements for your specific country of citizenship before traveling.
- Flight Ticket: You will need a confirmed flight ticket for your journey. Ensure that the name on the ticket matches the name on your passport.
- Photo Identification: Along with your passport, you should always carry government-issued picture identification (such as a driver's license or national ID card).
- Kenya Travel Insurance (optional but recommended): While not mandatory, having travel insurance can provide valuable coverage in case of unexpected emergencies during your trip.
You may be required to produce other evidence, such as a current photograph or a completed immigration form, in addition to these papers.
Before you go, you should clarify the particular paperwork requirements with the Kenyan Immigration Department or your airline.
Always ensure that you have all the necessary documents ready before your flight to avoid any travel disruptions. It is also a good practice to check with the airline and relevant authorities for any specific requirements or updates related to travel documents before your departure.