freight information header

flagHome > South Africa airports > Johannesburg - OR Tambo International Airport (JNB/FAJS)

Country Code: +27  blob  IDD Access Code: 09   blob  NDD National Prefix: 0   blob  Time Zone: GMT+2

Johannesburg - OR Tambo International Airport (JNB/FAJS)

Johannesburg Airport, South Africa, Private Bag X1, Johannesburg 1627, South Africa
Tel: +27 (0)11 921-6911
Tel: (Flight Information) +27 (0)11 390-1012
Tel: (Operations) +27 (0)11 921-6738
Fax: +27 (0)11 394-0806, +27 (0)11 921-6654, +27 (0)11 390-1736
Managing Director: Monhla Hlahla +27 (0)11 723-1412
Operations Director: Bongani Maseko
Finance Manager: Thembisa Fuzani +27 (0)11 921-6353, +27 (0)11 726-1400
Cargo Manager: Kriss Reddy +27 (0)11 921-6634
Passenger Manager: Yvette Schoeman +27 (0)11 921 6735
Public Relations Manager: Jacqui O´Sullivan +27 (0)11 921-6087
Security Manager: Thele Moema +27 (0)11 723-1400
Market and Business Development: Miss Nicky Rose-Innes
Operations Manager: Bryan Thompson
Operator: Airports Company South Africa

Airport Data: International, Johannesburg 25km (15miles), Position 26°08´21"S, 028°14´46"E, Elevation 1 694m (5 557ft), 24 hours, 6 Passenger Terminals, 1 Cargo Terminal, 96 Aircraft Stands

Customs Tel: +27 (0)11 571-5010
Fax: +27 (0)11 970-1484
Customs Hours: 24 hours
Head of Customs & Immigration: Wilfred Mokwena

Traffic 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
Passenger throughput 11 504 780 16 078 440 17 794 100 19 457 498 17 884 859 17 445 271 18 379 985
Aircraft movements 6 637 000 199 496 211 641 229 042 213 193 - -

Airfield Data: 2 Runways, Fire Category 9
Navigational Aids: VDF, NDB, ACC, A/G, TWR, SSR, VASI, VOR-DME, ATIS, ATCL
Airfield Restrictions: Bird Activity
Aircraft Maintenance: Technical areas operated by various companies
Runway 1: Heading 03L/21R, 4 418m (14 494ft), 56/F/A/W/U, ICAO Cat. 2, Aircraft size max: B747-400, Rwy 03L, ILS, Rwy 21R, No ILS
Runway 2: Heading 03R/21L, 3 400m (11 154ft), 50/F/A/W/U, ICAO Cat. 2, Aircraft size max: B747-400, ILS

Airlines Serving Airport: ATCL, Aeroflot, African Int´l, Air Austral, Air Botswana, Air France, Air Madagascar, Air Malawi, Air Mauritius, Air Namibia, Air Seychelles, Air Zimbabwe, Airlink, Alitalia, Angola Air Charter, Austrian Airlines, Balkan Bulgarian, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Comair - Delta, Egyptair, El Al, Emirates, Ethiopian Airlines, Fast Air, Hellenic Imperial Airways, Iberia, Interair South Africa, KLM, Kenya Airways, LAM-LA de Mozambique, Lufthansa, Malaysia Airlines, Martinair, Nationwide Air, Olympic, Qantas Freight, Royal Air Maroc, Royal Swazi National, SWISS, Saudi Arabian Airlines, Singapore Airlines Cargo, South African Airways, Sun Air, TAP-Air Portugal, TTA, Turkish Airlines, Uganda Airlines, VARIG Brazilian, Virgin Atlantic Airways, Zaire Express, Zimbabwe Express

Cargo Facilities: Bonded Warehouse, Transit Zone, Domestic Cargo Only, Free Port/Foreign Trade Zone, EU Border Post, Aircraft Maintenance, Mechanical Handling, Heated Storage, Air-Conditioned Storage, Refrigerated Storage, Deep Freeze Storage, Mortuary, Animal Quarantine, Fresh Meat Inspection, Livestock Handling, Health Officials, X-Ray Equipment, Decompression Chamber, Security for Valuables, Fumigation Equipment, Dangerous Goods, Radioactive Goods, Very Large/Heavy Cargo, Express/Courier Centre, Freight agents´ building, refuelling, airline catering (air chefs), aircraft maintenance (Dener Air Transport Aircraft Maintenance)

Passenger Facilities: Annual Capacity 11 900 000, 143 check-in desks, 39 gates, 13 airbridges, 11 baggage claim belts, 900 short term parking spaces, 4 500 long term parking spaces, 1 Airport Hotel, Min. Connection Times Intl-Intl: 60mins, Dom-Intl: 60mins, Dom-Dom: 45mins, Post Office, Bank, Bureau de Change, Auto Exchange Machine, Restaurants, Cafeterias, Bars, VIP Lounge, Duty Free Shop, Newsagent/Tobacconist, Chemist Shop, Gift Shop, Travel Agent, Tourist Help Desk, Car Rental, Taxi Service/Rank, First Aid, Baby/Parent Room, Disabled Access/Facilities, Business Centre

Additional Information: In 2004, a R44-million domestic-international passenger transfer facility was completed after an 8-month construction period. Connecting passengers now have a seamless connection from the Domestic to the International Terminals, and they can book their baggage through at the point of departure and pick it up at their final destination. Construction is currently underway to upgrade the Internatonal Apron to accommodate the new generation of large airraft. The new Echo Apron and Northern International Pier will be completed in 2006. The International Arrivals facility will be upgraded by 2007 and a new multi-storey parkade, the second at JIA, will be constructed by 2007. Construction of the Central Terminal that will seamlessly connect all passengers and public between Terminal A (International) and Terminal B (Domestic) will be completed in 2009. All projects will be completed prior to 2010 - when South Africa will be hosting the FIFA Soccer World Cup.

Home | Search Area | Advertise Here | Data Update | Buy our Data | About A-Z | Disclaimer | Contact Us ©  A-Z Group Limited