You can find on this page the South Africa airports map to print and to download in PDF. The map of South Africa airport presents details of location and international airports of South Africa in Africa.
South Africa has major international airports in Cape Town, Johannesburg and to a lessor extent Durban; as well as a host of smaller regional airports as its mentioned in Airports in South Africa map.

Map of South Africa airports

Map of South Africa airports

The South Africa airports map shows location of airports in South Africa. This airports map of South Africa will allow you to determine which airport you will used to leave or arrive in South Africa in Africa. The South Africa international airports map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

There are 25 airports in South Africa with scheduled flights as you can see in the map of South Africa airports. The biggest airport in South Africa is Johannesburg (JNB) / OR Tambo International Airport with flights to 78 destinations in 40 countries. Airports are never fun places, however, South Africa boasts three world-class international airports in the three biggest cities (Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban) which are up there with many other more first-world destinations.

Cape Town International Airport ranked number 22 in the world opened its doors in 1954 and today is South Africa top-ranked airport. There are somewhere around 24 airlines that operate from this location which travel to over 100 leading destinations worldwide as its shown in the map of South Africa airports. Oliver Tambo International airport, Johannesburg ranked number 30 in the world: it flies to all major destinations worldwide so there is a good chance this is where you will be arriving once in South Africa.

King Shaka International airport which is also known as La Mercy airport opened its doors to the public just one month before the pivotal 2010 Fifa world cup replacing the inner-city airport as its mentioned in the map of South Africa airports. Although it is situated roughly 35km away from the CBD of Durban it still operates as the hub for both domestic and international travel in Kwazulu-Natal.