Richard Kubo Onyango is the CEO of Brent Aviation Consultants Limited, a premier aviation services provider in East Africa and worldwide.
Brent Aviation is based at Wilson Airport with offices at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi and with affiliates across the globe. Richard Kubo Onyango has transformed Brent Aviation into the ‘go to’ provider of VIP Charter services and an air freight source of expertise for the entire region and beyond.
Since 2011, Brent Aviation have been a specialist aviation service provider offering private charter, VIP charter, private jet services and cargo logistics management. The team has over 30 years combined experience in their fields of operation.
Brent Aviation are experts in private travel, providing a full array of charter services. With customized itineraries and competitive pricing, Brent Aviation can meet almost any travel and budget requirement while maintaining safe, top-notch service and exceptional value. Our aircraft and crew are dedicated to serving your needs and will have you and your goods, on your way, on time and in style.
Richard personally has over 20 years of experience in the aviation industry and has worked with and alongside major organisations in the sector both at home and abroad. His vision and skills have shaped Brent Aviation into a leading service provider and as he steers the company forward development and growth have become exponential.
With Richard’s vision and direction, Brent Aviation has earned a reputation as a go-to aviation services provider not only in East Africa but across Africa and beyond. The organization has attained a level of respect and class normally reserved for established players who have been in the industry for decades.
“The future of Brent Aviation is in continuing to provide world-class aviation services to all clients big or small. It is in ensuring that the ever-growing positive reputation of the organization is maintained. I believe that the potential for East Africa as an aviation hub for the whole of Africa and beyond cannot be overstated and as such, there is need for continued hard work and investment in the industry.” Richard Kubo Onyango November 2018