It is important to note that Kenya Airports Authority have renamed terminal facilities at JKIA (Jomo Kenyatta International Airport) in a move tipped to meet international standards.
The move comes nearly a year later after the International Airport suffered a fire disaster which left hundreds in travel struggle, though was resolved at the time.
Late march this year, the World Bank injected 17b Kenya Shillings in the reconstruction of the airport, with the funding, plans of a temporary international passenger arrivals terminal were installed, now dubbed Terminal 1 E and a terminal 4, which is under construction with plans of expanding it to include permanent facilities for an international arrivals lounge.
The rename changes came in effect on 1st July, 2014.
CURRENT TERMINAL NAME
Terminal 1 A (International Departures / Arrivals)