The aviation industry in Kenya is one of the most vibrant in the Eastern Africa. Many challenges that were traditionally faced by the industry, such as security threats, lack of infrastructure and lack of accessibility are being tackled in various ways, including by the development of infrastructure and cooperation between market players to improve security protocols. Key among these is the expansion and modernization of the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport which, as explained by the Cabinet Secretary for Transport, will enable the airport serve an additional 40 million passengers per year.

We are well experienced in Aviation matters ranging from Sale and purchase of aircrafts, financial and operating Leases, Insurance matters, advising on State aircrafts, and regulatory reforms.