Moi International Airport, also Mombasa International Airport or Mombasa Airport, is an airport in Kenya.
Mombasa Airport, (IATA: MBA, ICAO: HKMO), is located in Mombasa District, Coast Province, in the city of Mombasa, in a township called Port Reitz, in southeastern Kenya, along the Indian Ocean coast. Its location lies approximately 425 kilometres (264 mi), by air, southeast of Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, the largest and busiest airport in the country.
Moi International Airport serves the city of Mombasa and surrounding communities. It is the second-largest and second-busiest airport in Kenya, behind Jomo Kenyatta International Airport located in the capital city of Nairobi. Mombasa Airport is operated by Kenya Airports Authority. The airport was named after former Kenyan President Daniel arap Moi during his tenure.
Situated at 61 metres (200 ft) above sea level, the airport has two runways: (a) Runway 1 measures 3,350 metres (10,990 ft) in length and (b) Runway 2 measures 1,260 metres (4,130 ft) in length. Runway 1 is also known as Runway 03/21, while Runway 2 is also known as Runway 15/33. Runway 1 is equipped with an ILS (Instrument Landing System).