Kempton Park, East Rand, Gauteng, South Africa

(011) 921-62... SHOW
OR 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.
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Bedfordview, East Rand, Gauteng, South Africa

(011) 723-14... SHOW
Boasting a very rich history, OR Tambo International Airport, the biggest and busiest airport in Africa is situated in Ekurhuleni in South Africa's economic capital, Johannesburg. From its humble beginnings in 1952, the airport has undergone two name changes from Jan Smuts Airport to Johannesburg International in 1994. It was renamed OR Tambo International Airport on 27 October 2006 after the late freedom stalwart, Oliver Reginald Tambo. This transport hub boasts key elements required for a world-class airport business location, accessibility and connectivity. It is ideally situated in the heart of South Africa's commercial and industrial hub, with excellent road infrastructure, linking it to the national road network. OR Tambo International Airport services airlines from five continents and plays a vital role in serving the local, regional air transport needs of South African and international travelers. The airport offers various retail outlets for travelers' ...
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Germiston, East Rand, Gauteng, South Africa

(011) 827-88... SHOW
Rand Airport is home to the Rand Airshow which is held annually and provides the visitors with displays by the cream of the crop in aerobatics and precision flying. Rand Airport is a privately owned civil airport situated in Germiston, Johannesburg. The airport accommodates air charter operators, numerous flight schools, a number of aircraft maintenance companies, pilot shops, all the main car hire companies and other aviation-related businesses
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Midrand, Greater Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa

(011) 805-31... SHOW
Situated in the heart of Midrand on some 40ha, Grand Central Airport was born early in the year 1937. Mr Harry Shires, the man behind the scenes of African Flying Services, South Africa's largest private air transport concern at that time, bought land as a speculative deal. He gave permission for a few enthusiastic flyers to form a flying club. Until 1939 there was much activity at the small Aerodrome where Muriel Shires became South Africa's youngest flying pupil, whose instructor was none other than Miss Doreen Hooper, the country's first woman flying instructor. When the war came, Grand Central's activities were curtailed, but very soon afterwards enthusiasm flared anew. Mr Eddie McConnell, manager of African Flying Services, in which company the ownership of the club was vested, helped to set the wheels in motion once again. However, in 1951 African Flying Services were forced to come to the decision that they could not see their way clear to continue with the flying ...
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Lanseria, Greater Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa

(011) 367-03... SHOW
From humble beginnings as a grass strip airfield in 1974, to welcoming former President Nelson Mandela to Johannesburg after his release from prison, all the way to welcoming dignitaries and celebrities alike the airport has had its fair share of glory and continues in its path to greatness. The airport continues to expand exponentially and we would like you to join our intriguing journey from the past to our future.
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Pretoria North East, Pretoria, Tshwane, Gauteng, South Africa

(012) 567-11... SHOW
Wonderboom national airport in Pretoria, South Africa
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Mahikeng, Ngaka Modiri Molema District, North West, South Africa

(018) 385-11... SHOW
Mahikeng Airport or Mmabatho Airport (IATA: MBD, ICAO: FAMM) is an airport serving Mahikeng and Mmabatho, the current and former capital cities of the North West province in South Africa. The airport is widely known as Mafikeng Airport after Mahikeng's former name. The airport is managed by the North West Province Department of Transport and Roads. The airport is a former air force base of the Boputhatswana Defence Force and was previously classified as an international airport. As of 2014, discussions and construction was in progress in order for the airport to regain its status as an international airport. The airport is used by private aircraft operators as passenger flights stopped in 2009 due to the airport failing to comply with various regulations. Scheduled commercial flights by SA Express resumed in 2015.
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George, Garden Route District, Western Cape, South Africa

(044) 876-93... SHOW
The town of George lies halfway between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth on South Africa's ever-popular Garden Route. With more and more visitors travelling to the region's mountains, beaches and forests, George airport now handles over 600, 000 passengers each year. The increasing popularity of the area as a tourist destination is expected to boost traffic even further. But the airport does not only play a central role in the region's tourist economy. It is also a national distribution hub for cargo such as flowers, fish, oysters, herbs and ferns. George Airport's steady growth, coupled with an unwavering commitment to service and efficiency, has won it the South African Airport of the Year award six times.
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East London, Buffalo City, Eastern Cape, South Africa

(043) 706-03... SHOW
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 such as France and Holland. Although the two domestic airlines that operate from the airport (South African Airways and SA Express) only employ A320s, the airport can accommodate A300 aircraft.
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Cape Town, Cape Metropole, Western Cape, South Africa

(021) 937-12... SHOW
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.
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Durban, eThekwini Municipality, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

(071) 417-00... SHOW
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Bloemfontein, Mangaung Metro, Free State, South Africa

(051) 407-22... SHOW
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 a world-class airport operation that caters for more than 400 000 passengers and 20 000 air traffic movements per annum. This international airport fulfils its role as an economic hub, ideally situated on the N8 Corridor, which links Bloemfontein, the industrial area of Botshabelo and Maseru in Lesotho. Bram Fischer International has been designated as an economic node and focal point for development on the corridor. The airport will continue to uphold Bram Fischer's name and legacy by facilitating growth and development in the Free State and specifically Mangaung. ?
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La Mercy, eThekwini Municipality, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

(032) 436-60... SHOW
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 rated by ACI the Best Airport in the World with 5 million passengers in 2013 and runner up in 2014 for the same category. Currently it is placed 32nd in the Skytrax Top 100 airports. King Shaka International Airport's retail facilities range from food and beverage outlets to specialty stores, clothing stores, bookstores and convenience stores. There is also a bank, foreign currency exchange facilities, a post office and duty-free shopping facilities. The latest development is a new service station that is being constructed at the airport creating convenience for airport users. Investment and growth surrounding King Shaka International Airport (KSIA) is a major ...
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Upington, Zf Mgcawu District, Northern Cape, South Africa

(054) 337-79... SHOW
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, located in the Northern Cape, officially opened its doors in the early 1900s, comprising a cross, grass runway that was situated adjacent to the current SANDF facilities known as 8SA Infantry Battalion. In 1968, the airport was revamped and the site became known as Upington Airport. Back then, it boasted a double-storey building with a viewing deck that was frequented by families on weekend outings, as well as a meet and greet location for loved ones. Today, Upington International Airport has grown in size and has modernised significantly from those humble beginnings. It received international status with the inception of ...
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South Village, Bojanala Platinum District, North West, South Africa

(014) 552-12... SHOW
Located in Pilanesberg in the North West Province of South Africa, the Pilanesberg International Airport is one of the main public air routes to the amazing holiday destination of Sun City. In fact, the airport was built mainly to facilitate access to Sun City as well as to the numerous game reserves in the Pilanesberg area.
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