Kericho Airport

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Kericho Airport
Airport typePublic, Civilian
OwnerKenya Airports Authority
ServesKericho, Kenya
LocationKericho,  Kenya
Elevation AMSL7,165 ft / 2,184 m
Coordinates00°23′06″S 35°14′42″E / 0.38500°S 35.24500°E / -0.38500; 35.24500 (Kericho Airport)
KEY is located in Kenya
Location of Kericho Airport in Kenya
Placement on map is approximate
Direction Length Surface
ft m
04-22 3,890 1,185 Unpaved

Kericho Airport is an airport in Kenya.


Kericho Airport (IATA: KEY, ICAO: HKKR) is located in Kericho District, Rift Valley Province, in the town of Kericho, in the southwestern part of Kenya on the map.

Its location is approximately 206 kilometres (128 mi), by air, northwest of Nairobi International Airport, the country's largest civilian airport.[1] The geographic coordinates of this airport are:0° 23' 6.00"S, +35° 14' 42.00"E (Latitude:-0.3850000; Longitude:35.245000).


Kericho Airport is a small civilian airport, serving the border town of Kericho and surrounding communities. The airport is situated 7,165 feet (2,184 m) above sea level.[2] It has a single unpaved runway 04-22 that is 3,885 feet (1,184 m) long.[3]

Airlines and destinations[edit]

There is no regular, scheduled airline service to Kericho Airport at this time.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Distance between Kericho () (Airport) and Jomo Kenyatta Airport Nairobi (Nairobi Area) (Kenya)". Retrieved 2018-08-21.
  2. ^ Elevation of Kericho Airport
  3. ^ " - Kericho (KEY/HKKR), Kenya". Retrieved 2018-08-21.

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Coordinates: 0°23′06″S 35°14′42″E / 0.385000°S 35.245000°E / -0.385000; 35.245000