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Fleet, Incidents and accidents
-On 28 July 2004, a Boeing 767 operated by East African Safari Air experienced a fire in the left engine shortly after takeoff from Rome. The flight crew extinguished the fire after the second fire bottle was deployed and discharged. The airplane returned to Rome and landed uneventfully.
-On 7 December 2003, East African Safari Air Express Flight 812 from Nairobi overran the runway after landing at Lokichokio.The Fokker F28 went through a fence and came to rest in a ditch. Five of the 44 occupants were injured.
Fleet East African Safari Air: (Up to and before 2004)
-1 Beechcraft B200 Super King Air
-4 Cessna 208 Caravans
-4 Boeing 767-300 ER
East African Safari Air Express (After 2003 and until 2008):
-2 Fokker F28 4000
-1 Grumman Gulfstream I
-2 McDonnell Douglas DC-9-14
East African Safari Air routes
-Nairobi (Jomo Kenyatta International Airport) Hub
-Nairobi (Wilson Airport) Head Office
-Kisumu (Kisumu Airport)
-Lokichogio (Lokichogio Airport)
-Malindi (Malindi Airport)
-Zanzibar (Karume International Airport)
-Kilimanjaro (Kilimanjaro International Airport)
-Juba (Juba International Airport)
-Milan (Malpensa Airport)
-Rome (Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport)
-London (Heathrow Airport)
-Ibiza (Ibiza Airport)
-Zürich (Zürich Airport)
Let's get to know before flying with East African Safari Air
East African Safari Air Limited was established by Anthony A Kegode.The airline strated from a company known as
Car Hire Services.After that on 27 February 1998, changed its name to East African Safari Air Limited.
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