The Kenyan airspace is one of the safest in Africa. Bush planes, light aircrafts, are essential to getting tourists to safari camps as they connect the airports with airstrips in the wild landscapes and escarpments of Africa. The planes that fly to the national parks and reserves are in great condition and air accidents are very rare. The bush pilots are well trained and are highly qualifies Kenyans that have worked with major airlines. Wilson airport in Nairobi is used for daily air departures to the Mara, Amboseli and Samburu national parks, Arusha to Serengeti, Zanzibar to Mikumi on a daily basis.