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Durban-King Shaka International Airport

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Introduction

King Shaka International Airport (DUR) is 35 kilometres north of the city centre of Durban, South Africa, and replaced the former Durban International Airport on May 1, 2010, just before the World Soccer Championships. International flights arrive from Dubai, Maputo and Mauritius. There are domestic flights from eight South African airports, including Cape Town and Johannesburg.

For more information about other airports throughout the world, also see the list of airports.

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Getting there and away

  • Car: The airport is accessible from both the N2 freeway and the alternative R102 road. There are about 6,500 short-term- and long-term parking places available and metered taxis travel to and from the city centre.
  • Public transport: regular buses connect the airport to Durban centre. A direct link will be in operation in the near future.

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Airlines, Destinations and Terminals

For more information about airlines, also see the list of airlines and the details about flying with budget airlines.

  • 1Time - Cape Town, Johannesburg
  • Air Mauritius - Mauritius
  • Airlink - Maputo, Bloemfontein, George, Nelspruit
  • British Airways operated by Comair - Cape Town, Johannesburg
  • Emirates - Dubai
  • Kulula.com - Cape Town, Johannesburg, Lanseria, Port Elizabeth
  • Mango - Cape Town, Johannesburg
  • South African Airways - Cape Town Johannesburg
  • South African Express - East London, Johannesburg, Port Elizabeth

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