Getting to Cape Town
Getting to Cape Town from most international hubs is rather easy, to say the least as most airlines fly directly into the city at least a few times a week (some on a daily basis).
Connecting to the rest of Africa is also easy from here as most African Airlines fly in and out of Cape Town as they do at O.R Tambo in Johannesburg. Ideal for Adding Namibia, Botswana, Kruger National Park or even Victoria Falls or Dar es Salaam to your itinerary.
The easiest way of getting to Cape Town from most if not all international visitors is to fly directly into Cape Town International Airport. The Airport was upgraded in 2010 and now ranks worldwide as one of the best.
As you can see from the below listing of Airlines that fly directly into Cape Town International Airport that one has a choice and lots of choice at that. The below listings do not include airlines from North or South America.
Cape Town city centre is a short 20-minute drive from the airport itself.
We always recommend a transfer service from the airport to your hotel, at which point you can meet the tour you are joining, or your rental vehicle can be dropped off. This way you do not have to wait in line to collect your vehicle and then start your holiday by driving in a strange country in traffic (and it is safer).
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- Edelweiss Air
- British Airways
- Air Namibia
- Air France
- Virgin Atlantic
- Air Mauritius
- Singapore Airlines
- Qatar Airways
- Malaysia Airlines
- Kenya Airways
- Ethiopian Airlines
- Emirates Airlines