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Cape Town International Airport (airport code CPT) is South Africa’s second-largest airport (behind Johannesburg’s O.R. Tambo International Airport), and it is a hub for South African Airways. It is also a major gateway for international tourists, as Cape Town is a popular destination for visitors. During South Africa’s summer (October through March) charter airlines operate seasonal routes from all over Europe, but it is possible to fly to Cape Town all year round on most major airlines. All the airport’s passenger information is on this page, and not all of the links appear to work as well as they might, so you might have to scroll down to get all the information you want. Near the top you will find the list of airlines serving Cape Town here. Flights can be tracked here. Your dining options are listed here and your shopping options here. There are a couple of baggage storage facilities at the airport, one each in the domestic arrivals and international departures areas – you can learn more about their costs and hours here. Cape Town International has WiFi access in both the international and domestic terminals.

Be sure to check on these deals on international airfare to Cape Town, and then read through our Cape Town Travel Guide to figure out what to do and where to stay once you arrive.

More Information on Cape Town

Cape Town is South Africa’s second largest city, and the country’s Houses of Parliament are headquartered there as well. Cape Town is a fantastic city, both for the city itself and as a base for exploring the nearby Winelands region. With the beautiful Table Mountain as a backdrop, the city is both picturesque and a pleasant place to visit.