King Shaka International Airport – Facilities

The King Shaka International Airport is now 6 years in operation and will be celebrating 7 years on May 2017. There are no hotels at the airport. There are, however, numerous bed and breakfasts close to the airport. For more information, please contact the KZN Tourism Kiosk on +27 (0)32 436 0013 . Banking ​Foreign […]
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Cape Town International Airport – Facilities

Cape Town International Airport is Africa’s most award winning airport! As Africa’s 3rd largest airport it processes over 8 million passengers annually with over 50 % of the country’s air passengers passing through the airport. The ninety-room Road Lodge Hotel is adjacent to Cape Town International Airport and has Internet access in all bedrooms and […]
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O.R. Tambo International Airport – Facilities

O.R. Tambo International Airport is Africa’s biggest and busiest airport, facilitating approximately 19 million passengers a year. More than 50 percent of South Africa’s air travelling passengers are facilitated through the airport.​ There is a wide choice of hotels available in and around the airport precinct. Please call the Gauteng Tourism Authority information desk, in […]
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Kimberly Airport: in the heart of the Northen Cape

Kimberley Airport lies at the heart of the Northern Cape, in a town most famous for the ‘Big Hole’, a landmark carved into the earth by early diamond prospectors.The airport, the site of about 15,500 air-traffic movements a year, handles about 132,000 passengers, about three-quarters of whom are business travellers. Kimberley Airport, however, also dispatches […]
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East-London International Airport: a crucial link in the cargo chain

Between 20 and 30 flights land at East London Airport each day with 346,000 people welcomed each year. The airport is also a crucial link in the cargo chain, playing an important role in the growing economy of the Eastern Cape. Planes carrying a variety of cargo head for domestic destinations as well as countries […]
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Upington International Airport: the smallest airport in the Airports Company South Africa network

One of the beauties of starting small is how the excitement builds as a business gains momentum and begins to grow. Upington International Airport may be the smallest airport in the Airports Company South Africa network of airports but it is already beginning to fulfil ambitious expansion plans. History indicates that Pierre van Ryneveld Airport, […]
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Bram Fischer International Airport – an important gateway to the Free State

Bram Fischer International Airport is an important gateway to the Free State, a land-locked province. Bloemfontein International Airport was officially renamed Bram Fischer International Airport by President Jacob a at an historic event held at the airport on 13 December 2012. At the heart of the economy in the region, Bram Fischer International Airport offers […]
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King Shaka International Airport – voted the top Regional Airport for Africa

King Shaka International Airport opened in May 2010, was voted the top Regional Airport for Africa in the Skytrax World Airport Awards in 2014 for the fourth year running, and was second only to Cape Town in the 2013 Airports Council International (ACI) for the Best Airport in the Middle East/Africa category. It is also […]
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O.R. Tambo International Airport – the Gateway of the African Continent

O.R. Tambo International Airport is Africa’s biggest and busiest airport, facilitating approximately 19 million passengers a year. More than 50 percent of South Africa’s air travelling passengers are facilitated through the airport.​ Welcome to the Gateway of the African Continent. Boasting a very rich history, O.R. Tambo International Airport, the biggest and busiest airport in […]
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Fly with Kulula Airlines where travelling is as easy as a Sunday breeze

“Welcome on board this kulula Airlines flight to Durban. Please pay attention to the safety announcement, because you will be writing a test shortly.” Kulula humour has been the unofficial trademark of South Africa’s first low cost airline since launching operations in 2001. The name kulula is derived from the Zulu word for ‘easily’ and […]
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