The 1800-Fly.com airport index
on Travel Notes helps you find airport websites around the world.
You can also find airport codes, where the airlines fly, destination information, how to get there
and all about ground transportation and airport facilities around the world.
Bloemfontein Airport: (BFN)
The third largest of the company's national airports, Bloemfontein Airport is situated in
the Free State province, on the eastern side of the city on the Thaba Nchu road, 10 km
from the city centre.
Cape Town International Airport: (CPT)
Cape Town International Airport has four terminal buildings for domestic arrivals,
domestic departures, international departures and international arrivals. Shuttle services
are available at the Arrivals Terminals, with the following companies operating from
within the Domestic Arrivals Terminal: Intercape, Way2Go Tours, Tafile Magic Bus, and City
Hopper. major car-rental agencies are also represented.
Durban International Airport: (DUR)
Eleven international airlines serve Durban airport. Airport Shuttle services can be found
in front of domestic and international terminals.
East London Airport: (ELS)
The airport can accommodate A300 aircraft but currently only A320s are used by the two
domestic airlines operating from the airport - SAA and SA Express.
George Airport: (GRJ)
The location of the town of George between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth on the Garden
Route, one of South Africa's premier tourist attractions, has ensured a steady growth for
George Airport over the past few years.
Johannesburg International Airport: (GCJ)
Situated 18.5km north-east of the city centre, Johannesburg International Airport is the
air transport hub of South Africa; serving more than 10 million passengers a year.
Kimberley Airport: (KIM)
Kimberley Airport lies at the heart of the Northern Cape in a town which is most famous
for the Big Hole carved into the earth by early diamond prospectors.
Port Elizabeth Airport: (PLZ)
Lieutenant Colonel Allister Mackintosh Miller made the first flight to Port Elizabeth in
1917. The journey from Cape Town was then considered a long distance flight.
Upington Airport: (UTN)
Upington Airport, located in the Northern Cape, has the longest runway on the African
continent. It was built to accommodat
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Airport Codes - Sorted by Destination.
| A-B | C-E | F-I | J-M | N-R | S-U | V-Z |
Three Letter IATA Airport Codes
A - B
- C - D - E - F - G - H - I - J - K - L - M
N - O - P - Q - R - S - T - U - V - W - X - Y - Z
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