George Airport, Western Cape

The town of George lies halfway between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth on South Africa’s ever-popular Garden Route. With more and more visitors travelling to the region’s mountains, beaches and forests, George airport now welcomes over 700,000 passengers each year. The increasing popularity of the area as a tourist destination is expected to boost traffic even further.

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George Airport located in the Western Cape provides domestic flights to Johannesburg, Cape Town, Durban and Bloemfontein through airlines Airlink, CemAir, FlySafair, Kulula, Mango and South African Express, the airport handles over 700,000 passengers a year. Cargo flights from George are also available. George airport is also base to AVIC Flight School who train student pilots for commercial flight. George airport has two asphalt runways available that are between 1km and 2kms in length.


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