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O.R Tambo International Airport

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O.R Tambo International Airport is a major international airport in Kempton Park, near the city of Johannesburg. It serves as the primary airport for international and domestic flight to and from South Africa. It is also considered to be Africa’s busiest airport as it hosts up to 19 million passengers annually but is able to handle up to 28 million passengers a year. There are daily flights to all to the contents except Antarctica.

O.R Tambo International Airport was originally known as Jan Smuts International Airport. It was named after South Africa’s former prime minister. The airport was then renamed Johannesburg International Airport in 1994. It was then again renamed in 27 October 2006 to the now known O.R Tambo International Airport after Oliver Reginald Tambo, a former President of the African National Congress.

O.R Tambo International Airport plays host to 47 airlines and is one of the few airports in the world that has direct, non-stop flights to six continents. It was named the best airport in Africa, in the 2015 World Airport Awards.

This airport has a 24-hour medical clinic that offers a wide diversity of services to travelers, including emergency services. The public is able to see a physiotherapist, consult a doctor, have their eyes tested, visit the dentist and more.

The airport is equipped with wireless connectivity, with hot spots in the domestic terminal as well as at the international airline lounges and terminals. There are also internet cafes available for those who don’t have a laptop or Wi-Fi card.

Stocked with hairdressers, spa’s, dry-cleaners, pharmacies, and plenty of restaurants, O.R Tambo International Airport is a front runner in its class.

So what are you waiting for, book your ticket now by clicking on the link above and experience world class treatment and facilities offered by a world class airport!

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