Bram Fischer International Airport

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Bram Fischer International Airport is situated In Bloemfontein, the capital city of South Africa's Free State province and the nation's judicial capital. This is an important economic sector built on agriculture and mining, with expansion opportunities In several other business sectors such as research and innovation, pharmaceutical manufacturing, and processing of agricultural produce.

Cape Town International Airport

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Cape Town Is Africa's premier tourist and VIP destination. It Is the seat of the national parliament and the legislative capital of the country. In addition to its leading tourist destination status, Cape Town is also an important business centre with many companies headquartered here across industries such as insurance, retail, publishing, shipping, petrochemical, architecture, advertising end Information technology.

East London Airport

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East London is situated within South Africa's Eastern Cape province on the country's east coast, known for its white sand beaches and excellent surfing locations. The city is also home to South Africa's only natural, deep-water river port.

George Airport

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George, situated in South Africa’s Western Cape province halfway between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth, is a popular holiday destination and conference venue. It is also the administrative hub of the Garden Route, one of South Africa’s most celebrated and travelled tourist destinations.

Kimberley Airport

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Kimberley is the capital of South Africa’s Northern Cape province, a city significant for its diamond mining history and today the seat of legislature and administration for the province, serving the mining and agricultural sectors of the region.

King Shaka International Airport

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King Shaka International Airport is situated within South Africa’s KwaZulu-Natal province – a holiday mecca as well as a primary business destination. There are multiple heavy and light industries situated here as well as extensive business and retail premises. Holidaymakers flock here for the balmy weather and abundance of golden beaches, while business travellers pursue business interests and frequent Durban’s convention hub.

O.R. Tambo International Airport

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O.R. Tambo International Airport is situated in Johannesburg, Gauteng – a major metropolitan area, South Africa’s commercial and industrial hub, and the economic heart of Africa. Gauteng is also considered the gateway to Southern Africa, with many spectacular destinations just a short distance away from this small, thriving province.

Port Elizabeth International Airport

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Port Elizabeth, located on South Africa’s Indian Ocean coast in the Eastern Cape province, is a major seaport and tourist destination. The beautiful shores of Nelson Mandela Bay and constant moderate to warm temperatures attract holidaymakers throughout the year. Port Elizabeth is also known as the centre of the motor industry, housing many vehicle assembly plants, automotive companies and other businesses geared toward the motor industry.

Upington International Airport

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Upington is the biggest city in South Africa’s Northern Cape province and is situated on the banks of the Orange River. The Northern Cape is also home to the famous Augrabies Falls and the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park – both spectacular attractions for local and international travellers.