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Cape Town International Airport


Cape Town International Airport

Cape Town International Airport is the 2nd largest airport in South Africa as well as being the 2nd busiest in South Africa. It is also the 3rd busiest airport in the whole of Africa!

This amazing airport that is situated in the heart of Cape Town in Matroosfontein, and was voted the leading airport in Africa in 2012.

Because Cape Town International Airport is situated in the mother city of Cape Town, you can naturally assume that it has an amazing infrastructure behind it. This means that all of your surroundings offer ease of access to the many additional services you may need, such as Car Hire, Accommodation, and a variety of fabulous destinations.

Cape Town International Airport was opened in1954, and replaced the Wingfield Aerodome is situated about 20km from Cape Town’s city. Since then, there has been a beautiful road lodge developed right next to the airport, as well as retail stores, food courts, Atm’s, medical facilities, and lets not forget about those amazing premier lounges for domestic & international clients.

Cape Town International Airport originally only had 2 main flight destinations, that included, Durban international airport, and O.R Tambo International airport. Since then, it has grown to an enormous amount of flights, serving between 4 – 5 Million passengers each year. That is roughly about the 10th of the countries population, flying through Cape Town International Airport alone.

There are 24 airlines operating at the airport, with nearly 100 destinations worldwide. Some of the flights to International destinations are only seasonal (Paris, Zurich, Munich, Frankfurt).

As with many other airports in South Africa, with the news of the World Cup reaching South Africa in 2010, Cape Town International Airport also had a major revamp of almost R1.6 Billion.

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