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Flights to Kimberley

Kimberley Airport is located in the Northern Cape of South Africa is known because of the famed “Big Hole.” This hole serves as a landmark that resulted from diamond mining activities. The airport’s code is KIM. The airport is operated by the Airports Company, South Africa.

Flights to George

The George Airport was formerly known as P.W. Botha Airport whose code is GRJ and FAGG. The airport was established in 1977 and has the reputation of being efficient such that it has won an efficiency award two times.

Flights to East London

The East London Airport has passenger traffic that involves an average of 20-30 flights on a daily basis. Approximately 85% of the passengers that land at the airport are locals while 15% are foreigners mostly in the form of tourists.

Flights to Cape Town

The Cape Town International Airport is ranked the third busiest airport in Africa and is approximately 20km, or a ten-minute ride, from Cape Town’s city centre. This world-class airport handles more than 9,7million domestic and international passengers annually.

Flights to Johannesburg

Johannesburg is located 13 miles from O.R Tambo International and currently has a total of 67 airlines operating to and from the city. There are approximately 2000 flights made domestically and 1600 flights internationally.

Flights to Durban

Located 17 miles from King Shaka international Airport lies Durban city. There are 32 airlines operating from the airport to Durban. The airport records well over 840 flights domestically and 30 flights internationally.