|Address||Cape Town, 7525, South Africa|
|Telephone||(021) 937 1200.|
|Number of terminals||2|
|Time zone||GMT South Africa Standard Time: GMT/UTC +2|
|Location||Cape Town International Airport is located 22km (15.5 miles) east of Cape Town.|
|Transfer between terminals||The terminals are within walking distance of each other. A shuttle bus service links the terminals and car parks.|
|Driving directions||From Cape Town, take the N2 highway eastbound and follow signs for Cape Town International Airport, which is off junction 16.|
|Car rental||Car hire companies at Cape Town International Airport include: Avis, Budget, Capital, Dollar, Europcar, Hertz, First, Sixt, Tempest, Thrifty and Woodford. Car hire desks are located in front of the Transport Plaza and central area between the terminals.|
|Public transport and taxis||Bus: My Citi Bus (tel: 0800 656 463; www.myciti.org.za) links the city centre (Civic Centre on Herzog Boulevard) with Cape Town International Airport (journey time: around 30 minutes; fare: R61.50).|
Taxi: Taxis are available from Cape Town International Airport to the city centre (journey time: 20 minutes, fare: around R250) from the Transport Plaza. Touch-Down Taxis (tel: (021) 919 4659) is the authorised airport taxi company and travellers are advised to use this provider instead of unauthorised taxis.
|Car parking||Parkade 1 (to the north of the terminals) contains 4,050 parking spaces and Parkade 2 (to the south) contains 1,749 parking spaces. Covered car parking is located either side of the car rental area; this can be reached via the pedestrian subway.Shuttles are available to transport passengers to the relevant terminals from the car parks. For more information on parking, call: (021) 935 5708. Valet parking and lock-up garages are offered by Katanga Executive Parking Services (tel: (021) 936 3600; www.valet.co.za). These facilities must be booked in advance. Free parking for up to 30 minutes is available for drivers collecting arriving passengers.|
|Information and help desks||Information desks are located in the arrivals areas of the two terminals.|
|Airport Facilities||Money: Bureaux de change and ATMs are available in both terminals. There is a full-service bank in the international departures area.|
Communications: A post office is located next to the domestic arrivals area. Wireless internet access is offered throughout the terminal buildings for a fee. Public telephones and mobile phone hire can be found in both terminals.
Food: Options for eating and drinking are located throughout Cape Town International Airport. These include full-service restaurants, fast food outlets, bars and cafés.
Shopping: Duty-free shopping is situated in the International Terminal, both pre- and post-security. Other retailers include a pharmacy, clothing outlets, bookshops, and gift shops selling local souvenirs. A VAT refund service is provided in International Departures.
Luggage: Baggage storage facilities are available in the Parkade 2 (tel: (072) 384 2954) car park. A porter service is available; porters, who are dressed in black and orange, are self-employed and rely on tips for their income. All lost and found articles are taken to the police station; ask at the information desk for more details.
Other facilities: There is a medical clinic (tel: (021) 936 2277) in the Southern Office Block near the Domestic Terminal. Baby-changing facilities can be found in all ladies' toilets in the terminals.
|Conference and business facilities||The Airport Conference Centre (tel: (021) 935 3715) is located in the Southern Office Block near the Domestic Terminal, and offers venues for meetings and conferences. The airport also offers fully equipped offices with a secretarial service for short and long-term hire.Executive lounges can be found in the departures areas of both terminals: the Premier Lounge (tel: (021) 936 3014) is available to all passengers for a fee in the Domestic Terminal (tel: (021) 936 3014) and International Terminal (tel: (021) 936 2127); while the VIP Lounge (tel: (021) 937 1233) can be found in Domestic Departures. British Airways and South African Airways lounges are present in both terminals.|
|Disabled facilities||Cape Town International Airport is fully accessible for disabled travellers, with lifts, ramps and adapted toilets. Wheelchairs can be supplied if required: passengers are advised to inform their airline of such needs in advance. Dedicated parking facilities are also available for disabled travellers in the multistorey car park.|
|Airport hotels||There is one on-site hotel at Cape Town International Airport. Other accommodation is situated in the central Cape Town area or at various destinations along the coast.|
A ten-minute drive from Cape Town International Airport, Medindi Manor offers bed and breakfast accommodation with free Wi-Fi. Self-catering 'cottage-style' accommodation is also available.
Rosebank, 4 Thicket Road
Cape Town, South Africa
Tel: (021) 686 3563.
Just 400m (1,312ft) from the airport, the Hotel Verde offers an outdoor pool, gym, bar and restaurant, plus a 24-hour deli. Meeting rooms, luggage storage and a complimentary shuttle service are also available.
Airport Industria, 15 Michigan Street
Cape Town, South Africa
Tel: (021) 380 5500.
Road Lodge Cape Town Airport Hotel
Offering budget accommodation within the airport site, the rather awkwardly named Road Lodge Cape Town Airport Hotel provides secure parking, Wi-Fi and a 24-hour reception. A light breakfast is also offered.
Cape Town International Airport
Eppindust, South Africa
Tel: (021) 934 7303.
|Full airport name||Cape Town International Airport|