Narok Airport

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Narok Airport
Airport typePublic, Civilian
OwnerKenya Airports Authority
ServesNarok, Kenya
LocationNarok,  Kenya
Elevation AMSL6,070 ft / 1,850 m
Coordinates01°09′00″S 35°46′01″E / 1.15000°S 35.76694°E / -1.15000; 35.76694 (Narok Airport)
HKNO is located in Kenya
Location of Narok Airport in Kenya
Placement on map is approximate
Direction Length Surface
ft m
11/29 6,001 1,829 Asphalt

Narok Airport is an airport in Narok, Kenya.


Narok Airport, (IATA: ASV, ICAO: HKNO), is located in Narok County, in the southwestern part of the Republic of Kenya, close to the International border with the Republic of Tanzania. Its location is approximately 131 kilometres (81 mi), by air, west of Nairobi International Airport, the country’s largest civilian airport.[1] The geographic coordinates of this airport are:1° 9' 0.00"S, 35° 46' 1.00"E (Latitude: -1.150000; Longitude:35.766945).


Narok Airport is a small airport that serves the town of Narok and surrounding communities. The airport receives unscheduled service from various aircharter service providers and private airplane owners. Situated 1,850 metres (6,070 ft) above sea level,[2] the airport has a single asphalt runway that measures 1,829 metres (6,001 ft) long.[3]

Airlines and destinations[edit]

At the moment there is no regular, scheduled airline service to Narok Airport.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Distance between Ewaso Ngiro (Rift Valley) and Jomo Kenyatta Airport Nairobi (Nairobi Area) (Kenya)". Retrieved 2018-08-21.
  2. ^ Estimated Elevation of Narok Airport
  3. ^ Length of Narok Airport Runway

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Coordinates: 1°09′00″S 35°46′01″E / 1.150000°S 35.766945°E / -1.150000; 35.766945