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February 20, 2013

Cape Town International Airport – a photo essay

Located 20 kilometres from the Mother City, Cape Town International Airport is the second-busiest airport in South Africa and the third-busiest on the African continent.

Cape Town International links directly to the urban hubs of Durban – via King Shaka International Airport – and Johannesburg via OR Tambo International Airport – South Africa’s busiest airport.

Cape Town International also flies to various international destinations in Africa, Asia and Europe. In 2011 over 8million passengers made use of the Mother City’s airport.

The impressive exterior of Cape Town International Airport. Photo courtesy of mikkelz

A modern, high-tech floor of check-in counters. Photo courtesy of Craig Strachan

A flight takes off against the backdrop of the Hottentots Holland mountains. Photo courtesy of Derek Keats

An aerial view of Cape Town. Photo courtesy of DanieVDM

A sunset silhouette of Table Mountain, seen from the terminal. Photo courtesy of jikatu

A flight taxis towards the terminal at Cape Town International. Photo courtesy of Meraj Chhaya

The sun sets on another busy day in the departures hall. Photo courtesy of Paul Watson

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