Cape Town Airport
The main airport that serves the city of SouthAfrica Cape Town, Cape Town called the airport. It is located about 20 kilometers from the city. Busiest airport ranks second in South Africa and the third in the whole continent. Airport replaced the old Wingfield Airport in 1954. At present, there is served around 8 million passengers annually.
Cape Town airport is connected with many citiesAfrica, international flights are made here in the cities of Europe, Asia and South America. It is worth noting that the Cape Town-Johannesburg route is the fifth busiest in the world, and the route Cape Town-Durban - the fifth busiest in Africa.
In 2009, the Cape Town airport was awarded Best Airport for an African version of Skytrax.
The airport has two runways, their length - 3200 and 1700 meters. Airport infrastructure has been greatly improved before the World Cup in Africa in 2010.
Cape Town Airport is ready to offer itsguests all the services that you might need on the road. For hungry passengers cafés and restaurants. Also on the territory of the terminal there are shops that offer various goods.
Besides working at the airport ATMs, banks, post office, currency exchange, luggage storage, baggage handling system that can handle up to 30,000 bags per hour, the Internet, etc.
For people with children in the territory of the terminal there is a mother and child room.
Also, the airport offers tourists traveling in business class, a separate lounge, an increased level of comfort.
From the airport in Cape Town can be reachedin several ways. The easiest and cheapest option - a bus. From the airport to the city center with frequent buses. They run between 4 am and 10 pm, the movement interval - 20 minutes.
Alternatively, you can offer a taxi, which happily dovezut passenger to any point in the city. However, the cost of taxi is much more expensive ticket for the bus.