Fast Track Airport South Africa
South Africa has three main airports: Johannesburg (IATA Code JNB), Cape Town International Airport (IATA Code CPT) and Durban International Airport (IATA Code DUR).
Johannesburg’s O.R. Tambo International Airport is the main hub for South African Airways. It is South Africa’s busiest airport, being close to Kruger National Park. It is 22km (14 miles) east of Jo’burg. Our VIP Fast Track Car and Driver Services provide a safe and speedy transfer, in conjunction with Fast Track Immigration. Johannesburg Airport was upgraded for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. It has 6 spacious terminals and processes around 18 million passengers a year. Our Meet and Assist Services are the best way to avoid the long walks between terminals. Services include shops, restaurants, a medical facility and Wi-Fi throughout the airport.
Cape Town International Airport is 22km (14 miles) from this waterfront city and transfers can easily be arranged as part of our Fast Track Meet and Assist Services. Winner of the Skytrax Award for Best Airport in Africa 2009, this sleek and spacious airport has five terminals. They must be reached on foot or using our VIP Fast Track Airport Services. Terminal 5 includes an impressive Conference Centre. The airport has a full range of services and shops including authentic African souvenirs and curios in the huge Big 5 Duty Free Shop.
Durban King Shaka International Airport at La Mercy is named after a famous 19th country Zulu king. The airport was built for the 2010 FIFA World Cup, replacing the 1951 Louis Botha Airport. It has one terminal handling around 5.3 million passengers a year. It is 35km (22 miles) north of Durban and private Fast Track transfers are recommended due to a lack of public transport options. It won “Best Airport in the World” in 2013, 2015 and 2016 for airports handling under 5 million passengers a year.