Parking Charges at JKIA Rise
Parking charges at JKIA have been increased. It’s becoming more expensive for cars accessing Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA).
In fact dropping and picking passengers from the airport will pay more than previous rates. This announcement was made by Kenya Airports Parking Service (KAPS) which is mandated to collect parking fees for Kenya Airports Authority (KAA).
The payments will be made as followed:
a) parking up to 20 minutes = Ksh. 100
b) parking 20-40 minutes = Ksh. 250
c) Parking 40-60 minutes = Ksh. 350
Those are the updates. The new charges will become effective from Sunday 15 April, 2018.