Cape Town Airport, also known as Cape Town International (CPT), is the second-largest airport in South Africa. It is a major gateway for tourism in the country seeing millions of visitors arriving in the city of Cape Town annually. Cape Town Airport standards are world-class, and the airport was ranked the leading airport in Africa for 2012 at the World Airport Awards.
Many airlines offer direct flights to Cape Town from various locations around the globe. Alternatively, one can fly to OR Tambo International Airport (JNB) in the city of Johannesburg and then take a local flight to Cape Town. All airlines operating in South Africa fly to Cape Town Airport.
Transport from the Cape Town Airport to your accommodation:
Arrangements will be made by the conference organisers to ensure transport between the airport and the conference venue for conference delegates.
With its Mediterranean climate, Cape Town is malaria-free. The only region with a risk of malaria in South Africa is the north-east corner of the country. Therefore, if you are planning to visit the famous Kruger National Park (www.sanparks.co.za), you need to take appropriate medical precautions.