Cape Town Airport Arrivals (CPT)

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Address: Matroosfontein, Cape Town, 7490, South Africa
IATA Airport Code: CPT
ICAO airport code: FACT
Alias: D.F. Malan Airport

About Cape Town International Airport Arrivals

Cape Town International Airport is located in the city of Cape Town (Cape Town) just 10 miles from the center and the sea. The destination is internationally popular for its seaside location and there are many CPT arrivals from Europe, America and Asia.

Transport to/from the airport

Travel to the city center in 30 minutes by car/rental car/taxi and 40 minutes by bus. A taxi ride to the center costs ZAR 500 (USD 35). When you arrive at the airport there are several parking options.

Terminal Cape Town Airport

For the drop-off zone, continue until just before the terminal. You arrive at level 2 in front of the check-in counters. You can go to the departure area through security. This is divided into 2 parts. The international and domestic departures. This is also the case with arrivals. At international Cape Town arrivals you must first go through the passport control and then to the baggage reclaim area. With domestic flights you can go directly to the baggage belts. Then there is a communal meet & great area to end up at transport plaza.

cape town airport arrivals cpt terminal and parking map

Flight routes with destinations and airlines

With 2 runways (1 small), most planes can land here. There are mainly many domestic Cape Town Arrivals with a market share of 80%. Most of these CPT arrivals are from Durban and Johannesburg. Other less flown destinations in South Africa are Port Elizabeth and Bloemfontein. International arrivals are available with flights from Paris (Air France), Amsterdam (Schiphol), Frankfurt (Lufthansa), Atlanta (Delta Air Lines), London (British Airways and Virgin Atlantic), Windhoek (Air Namibia), Hong Kong (Cathay Pacific), Dubai (Emirates), Singapore (Singapore Airlines) and Istanbul (Turkish Airlines). The total number of flights was 94,027 with a total of 10,979,946 passengers.