List of International Airports in Botswana

List of International Airports in Botswana

What is International Airports?

An international airport is an airport with customs and border control facilities enabling passengers to travel between countries around the world

List of International Airports in Botswana

Ghanzi Airport

Gumare Airport

Hukuntsi Airport

Jwaneng Airport

Kang Airport

Kanye Airport

Frequently Asked Questions

How many international airports are in Botswana?

A total of six main airports are operational in Botswana in addition to 20 secondary airfields and these airfields are for operation of aircraft to a maximum all up weight (MAUW) OF 5700kg.

What are the international airports in Botswana?

Botswana’s main airport is Sir Seretse Khama International Airport (GBE), located 11km/7miles north of Gaborone, the capital. For travelers, it is more common to fly into Maun Airport (MUB) and Kasane Airport (BBK).

Is MMA2 local or international airport?

MMA1 is run by the government and mostly handles international traffic. MMA2 is privitely owned and mostly serves domestic traffic.

Where can you fly direct to Botswana?

You can only fly directly into Botswana via commercial airlines from Johannesburg or Cape Town (South Africa) or Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe).

Which airport is No 1 in the world?

1. Istanbul Airport (IST) For centuries, Istanbul has sat at the crossroads of international trade and travel, so it’s only natural that the Turkish city has finally stepped into its position as a global transport hub in the age of air travel as well.

How many hours is it from Johannesburg to Botswana?

Yes, the driving distance between Johannesburg to Botswana is 397 km. It takes approximately 5h 29m to drive from Johannesburg to Botswana.

How much is a flight from Nairobi to Botswana?

The average price for connecting flights from Nairobi to Gaborone is KES99,946. The average price for direct flights from Nairobi to Gaborone is KES158,927.

Does Kenya Airways fly to Botswana?

Currently, you can fly between Nairobi and Gaborone with Airlink (SAA), Kenya Airways, Ethiopian Airlines, Air Botswana, Precision Air.

Which is smallest airport in the world?

Yrausquin Airport (IATA: SAB, ICAO: TNCS) is an airport on the Dutch Caribbean island of Saba. Its runway is widely acknowledged as the shortest commercial runway in the world, with a length of 400 m (1,312 ft).

What is the safest airport in the world?

Zurich Airport is voted the World’s Best Airport for Passenger Security Screening in 2022. The award is voted for by customers in the World Airport Survey. Incheon International Airport is ranked 2nd, with Tokyo Haneda International Airport in 3rd position.