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NBO BLR

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About Air China

Air China is an international airline company and it is flag carrier as well as one of the major airlines of China. Being the largest and most advanced airlines in China, Air China Limited was first set up in year1988 with China National Aviation Company and China Southwest Airlines. The logo of Air China is a red phoenix in the shape of ' VIP'. The Phoenix is said to be a lucky bird in Chinese legendary which will bring good luck and brightness to the land it flies to. It is recognized as the most valuable airlines brand in China, It is the only one airline in China that is allowed to carry a national flag on the plane. In addition, Air China is responsible of providing best and luxurious services for foreign visits of Chinese national leaders and special planes for important foreign guests. It is headquartered in Beijing and has seven branches, two bases and several subordinate factories in China. In August, 2004, it was appointed to be the only one airline partner of 2008 Beijing Olympics. By the end of December, 2005, Air China has owned 176 Boeing and Air Bus-styled planes which reach 22 countries and regions in the world, including 36 foreign cities and 70 domestic cities with 4,160 scheduled flights every week.

About Nairobi (NBO)

Nairobi , the capital city of Kenya is the largest and fastest growing city in Africa. Situated on the Nairobi River, it is also known as the ‘Green City in the Sun’. It is the most populous city in East Africa and the 12th largest city in Africa. Nairobi is politically and financially one of the most prominent cities in Africa. The city is a home to many international organizations and companies including local businesses and Nairobi Stock Exchange. Also known as the safari capital of Africa, Nairobi is a modern city full of life. The city serves as an introduction to both wildlife and nightlife. JKIA, Jomo Kenyatta International Airport is Nairobi's main airport. The city is also accessible by train, bus, matatus and shuttles which are also reliable. It is not a prime tourist destination but still it has several tourist attractions. The most fascinating is the Nairobi National Park, which is unique of this nature to border a capital city. The park contains many animals including 400 species of birds. The Nairobi Safari Walk is the most important attraction of the Nairobi National Park which offers exceptional on-foot experience of the animals. The Nairobi National Museum has a collection of artifacts displaying Kenya's rich heritage through history, nature, culture, and contemporary art. It is the country's national museum and largest in the city. Other famous museums are Nairobi Gallery, Nairobi Railway Museum and the Karen Blixen Museum. Uhuru Gardens is a national monument and the largest memorial park in Kenya. It is also a place where the first Kenyan flag after independence was raised. Biashara Street is a shopping street good for visitors apart from various shopping malls that are spread across the city. The night life of the city is popular both among the young and the old. There are a collection of luxurious restaurants available in the city offering both local and international cuisines. The city is a place to offer something or the other to every age and pocket. You can visit this cosmopolitan and multicultural city by simply booking online flight tickets from MakeMyTrip.com. The website is in association with one of the finest hotels from all destinations of the world. You can book air tickets and hotels according to your need and budget and can also opt for the holiday deals offered by MakeMyTrip.com

About Jomo Kenyatta International Airport

Airport North Road, Nairobi, 00501, Kenya
Tel: (020) 661 1000 | (020) 822 111