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 Kinna Meru Airport

Mulika Lodge Airport is a small public, civilian airport owned by Kenya Airports Authority, located within Meru National Park in Kenya. It serves the town of Meru in Meru County, Kenya. The airport is located approximately 220 kilometres or 140 miles (by air) northeast of Nairobi International Airport, the largest civilian airport in Kenya. Residing at an elevation of 2,230 feet or 680 metres above mean sea level, Mulika Lodge Airport has a geographical coordinates of 00°09′54″N 38°11′42″E (latitude: 0.16500; longitude: 38.19500). It has an asphalt runway designated 01/19, measuring 3,281 feet or 1,000 metres long. According to satellite photos, the airport possibly has a second marked unpaved runway designated 11/29, measuring 1,020 feet or 310 metres long.

Meru, a town within Meru County, Kenya, is situated on the northeast slopes of Mount Kenya, characterised by a mix of forest and clearings, surrounded with other small towns, villages, and rural farms. Aside from being home to Meru National Park, the town also serves as a jump-off place for Samburu and Buffalo Springs National Reserves and Lewa Downs. Meru also features the Meru Museum. The town is the commercial capital of Northern and Eastern Kenya.

Services and Facilities

Mulika Lodge Airport is served by Airkenya, with flights to and from Nairobi via Wilson Airport. The airport lies inside Meru National Park, which is a Kenyan Game park, one of the most well known in the country. Travellers using the airport can explore the area, before moving on to other parts of Kenya. In the park, wild ranges of wild beasts can be seen, such as elephant, hippopotamus, lion, leopard, cheetah, black rhinoceros, and rare antelopes. Tourist attractions in Meru National Park include the home of conservationists George and Joy Adamson, Adamson’s Falls, views of Mount Kenya, the Tana River, Lake Alice, Lake Ellis, Sacred Lake, Vivvien Falls, Semwe Salt lick, and Ithanguni.

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 Getting to & from the Airport

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From Meru, follow D484 and Meru-Maua Rd. Pass by Mutethia Jr Primary School and turn left. Make a slight right and continue for about 17.5 kilometres. Turn left and drive for about 500 metres, then turn left again. Make a sharp right at Junction 3 and a slight left at Junction 9 to continue to Meru National Park and into the airport.

Buses hide 

The airport is located within Meru National Park. Travellers coming from Nairobi can get here by taking a matatu or bus from Accra Road.

Taxi hide 

Taxis serving Meru County can take passengers to the airport.

 Who flies to Kinna Meru

 Location Details

Longitude:38° 11' 42'' E
Latitude:0° 9' 54'' N
IATA code:JJM
ICAO code:

 Airport Location

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