Cape Town International Airport

Cape Town International Airport is South Africa's second largest airport, and a prime tourism gateway serving the millions of visitors arriving in the Mother City every year.

Domestic flights in South Africa

South Africa has a number of airlines flying between its major cities, and some of its smaller ones, with fares ranging from first-class to cut-price economy. Flights can be booked online from anywhere in the world.

South Africa’s OR Tambo International Airport best in Africa

Taking the top three spots for best airports in Africa, South Africa’s major international airports sport all the modcons for business and leisure travellers as they traverse the African continent.

200kg crystal meth haul at South Africa’s OR Tambo International Airport

A prop shaft shipment from Benin has turned out to be a record 200kg narcotics haul for the South African Revenue Service at popular OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg, South Africa.

South African firm instrumental in Brazil’s airport upgrade

The newly inaugurated terminal 3 at Sao Paulo's Guarulhos International Airport, delivered on time and within budget by a consortium that includes Airports Company South Africa, has been described as one of the success stories of Brazil's World Cup preparations.

Sling planes soar to new heights

A few years ago, a pair of fly boys decided to build a plane and fly around the world. Today, their company produces the Sling, which is much sought-after across the globe. The Airplane Factory is a genuine success story, and is a tribute to the tenacity and "can do" attitude of South Africans.

Mango to fly Lanseria-Cape Town

Mango is set to launch weekday flights between Lanseria International Airport and Cape Town, making it the second low-cost carrier to operate flights out of the airport north-west of Johannesburg.

Lanseria: small but effective

Lanseria is small but it was built to be an international airport 30 years ago. It has two runways used by 90 000 flights each year. Last year about 160 000 passengers passed through its small terminal.

Kruger International arrives

Mpumalanga's R320-million Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport (KMIA) is preparing to launch its first international flights, a year after being awarded its international licence.