Named after the first Kenyan prime minister and president, Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (also known as the Embakasi Airport and Nairobi International) is the largest airport in Kenya, and the busiest in East Africa.
The airport has three terminals that service arrivals and departures - terminal 1 and 2 handling international passengers and terminal 3 handling domestic passengers.
Passenger facilities include ATMs, departure lounges, snack bars, restaurants and a pub.
The airport will soon be undergoing a period of construction and refurbishment to increase capacity to 9 million. It is thought that the airport will double in size under this programme of works and that new hotel accommodation, parking and taxiways will be developed. A second runway is also thought to be part of the planned renovations.