SafariLink is a Kenyan company established in 2004 by an experienced management team to provide air services for their clients. SafariLink offers a network of scheduled services that cover the main 'safari' tourist destinations of Amboseli, Tsavo, Chyulus, Naivasha, Nanyuki, Lewa Downs, Samburu, Masai Mara, Lamu and Kilimanjaro.
The Fleet consists of:
- 5 seat Baron
- 10 seat Caravans
- 13 seat Caravans
- 11 seat KingAir
- 19 seat Beechcraft B1900
Apart from the Baron all the aircraft have turbo prop engines whilst the KingAir and B1900s are pressurised.
SafariLink's timetable has been constructed to provide maximum inter-connectivity within its network, allowing clients to travel within Kenya in the shortest time possible, thereby saving valuable holiday time. At a glance, examples of some of the combinations available are:
- clients arriving early morning can begin their safari almost immediately by flying to Amboseli, Tsavo, Chyulus, Nanyuki, Lewa Downs, Samburu, Masai Mara, Lamu or Kiwayu
- clients arriving mid morning could begin their safari with Nanyuki, Lewa Downs, Samburu, Masai Mara, Lamu or Kiwayu
- the inbound Tsavo/Chyulus/Amboseli service connects immediately to Nanyuki, Samburu, and Lewa, or after a short wait at Wilson, on to Lamu, Kiwayu, Naivasha, Masai Mara or Kilimanjaro
- the inbound morning service from Masai Mara connects immediately to Kilimanjaro, Lamu or Kiwayu
- in addition to the morning flight from Samburu or Nanyuki to Masai Mara, there is an early afternoon service from Nanyuki, Lewa or Samburu that connects immediately to Naivasha or Masai Mara."
SafariLink is based at the ALS Building, Wilson Airport which is at the western end of the airport perimeter road about 1.5 km after entering the airport and turning right. Passenger check-in is carried out on the ground floor where there is a new, modern lounge and coffee shop while Reservations, Operations, and Administration are in spacious offices on the two floors above.