South Africa

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Getting to South Africa

Airports

Johannesburg’s O.R. Tambo International Airport (JNB) receives direct U.S. flights from New York, Atlanta, and Washington, D.C. Cape Town International Airport (CPT) receives direct U.S. flights from Atlanta.

Airlines

More than 70 international airlines fly to South Africa from different parts of the world. South African Airways flies direct to Johannesburg (JNB) from New York via Dakar, Senegal and non-stop from Washington D.C. Delta Air Lines offers direct flights to Johannesburg from Atlanta via Dakar, Senegal.

Flight Times

17 hours from the East Coast to Johannesburg (roughly the same as a flight from the East Coast to Honolulu); 50 minutes from Johannesburg to Kruger National Park; 2 hours from Johannesburg to Cape Town.

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