Johannesburg – OR Tambo International Airport

Last update: 13 Jul 2011

In 2004, a R44-million domestic-international passenger transfer facility was completed after an 8-month construction period. Connecting passengers now have a seamless connection from the Domestic to the International Terminals, and they can book their baggage through at the point of departure and pick it up at their final destination.
Construction is currently underway to upgrade the Internatonal Apron to accommodate the new generation of large airraft. The new Echo Apron and Northern International Pier will be completed in 2006. The International Arrivals facility will be upgraded by 2007 and a new multi-storey parkade, the second at JIA, will be constructed by 2007. Construction of the Central Terminal that will seamlessly connect all passengers and public between Terminal A (International) and Terminal B (Domestic) will be completed in 2009. All projects will be completed prior to 2010 – when South Africa will be hosting the FIFA Soccer World Cup.

Johannesburg Airport
Private Bag X1, Johannesburg, 1627
++27 (11) 921-6911
++27 (11) 394-0806

Airlines Served

Air Seychelles
Iberia L.A.E.
VARIG Brazilian Airlines
Singapore Airlines Cargo
Interair South Africa
Aeroflot-Russian Airlines
Zaire Express
Hellenic Imperial Airways
Air Namibia
Part of Air France/KLM Group
Saudi Airlines Cargo Company
Part of Air France/KLM Group
Nationwide Air
Angola Air Charter
Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd
Swiss International Air Lines Ltd
Kenya Airways
African International Airways
TAP-Air Portugal
LAM-Linhas Aereas de Mozambique
Air Malawi
El Al Israel Airlines
Turkish Airlines
Balkan Bulgarian Airlines
Royal Air Maroc
Ethiopian Airlines
TTA-Transporte e Trabalho Aereo
Air Austral
Zimbabwe Express Airlines
Emirates SkyCargo
Malaysia Airlines Cargo Sdn Bhd
Royal Swazi National Airways
Fast Air Carrier S.A.
Air Mauritius
Air Zimbabwe
South African Airways Cargo
Lufthansa Cargo AG
Air Madagascar
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