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November 19, 2009

Cape Town airport – not just a pretty facelift

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Cape Town International Airport has created quite a buzz this November with its new central terminal building, which will soon welcome thousands of travellers for the 2010 World Cup.

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The new terminal has come with many improvements, such as a centralised security check point, a new drop-off zone, a viewing deck, five new air-bridges, over 74 new shops and restaurants and a 200m-long departure hall that has 20 self-service check-in kiosks and 120 check-in counters.

With the 2010 World Cup approaching fast, the influx of travellers will be able to manoeuvre comfortably around the airport’s first floor, which now has ample space.

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According to the Airports Company South Africa, the terminal has a completely automated luggage system that can handle up to 3 000 suitcases an hour.

The terminal serves both domestic and international passengers on departing flights and will make their travel experience much smoother. 

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