3. Johannesburg Airport
Johannesburg Airport, officially known as O.R. Tambo International Airport, is the largest and busiest airport in South Africa. The airport is located approximately 24 kilometers east of the city center and is operated by the Airports Company South Africa.
Johannesburg Airport is the hub for South African Airways, the national airline of South Africa. It is also served by several other international and regional airlines, including British Airways, Emirates, and Ethiopian Airlines.
The airport has six passenger terminals, including the international terminals, Terminal A and Terminal B, and the domestic terminals, Terminal C, Terminal D, Terminal E, and Terminal F. The terminals offer travelers a range of services and amenities, including duty-free shops, restaurants, cafes, and currency exchange facilities. The airport also has VIP lounges and business centers for business travelers.
Johannesburg Airport has two runways, which are approximately 4,400 meters (14,436 feet) long and can accommodate large aircraft such as the Airbus A380. The airport is currently expanding to increase its capacity and improve its facilities, including constructing a new passenger terminal.
Johannesburg Airport is an important transportation hub for South Africa and the African continent, connecting travelers to destinations across the region and beyond. The airport has won several awards for its efficiency, safety, and customer service and is considered one of the best airports in Africa.