Airports Company South Africa (ACSA)

The Maples Office Park
24 Johnson Road
Bedfordview
South Africa

(011) 723-1400

The Maples Office Park, 24 Johnson Road, Bedfordview, South Africa
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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Bedfordview, East Rand, Gauteng, South Africa

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