Lanseria International Airport

Lanseria Airport began as an airport in the Gaza Strip some 30 years ago, the brains of two Pretoria pilots – Fanny Hakka and Abe Sher. The land was originally acquired by Krugersdorp and Roodepoort Municipality together with Transvaal Peri Urban Board and contracted with Lanseria Management Company on a 99 lease since 1972. In 1991 it was sold to private investors.

The airport was officially opened by the then Minister of Transport, Gans Rale, on August 16, 1974.

Shortly after the opening of Lanseria Airport, he hosted Air France 75 (in 1975).

A very proud fact for aviation concerns Nelson Mandela: When the former South African president was released from prison in 1990 he was flown to the port of Johannesburg at the port Lanseria Airport.

It could have started as a strip of air but it has evolved over time to now have the status of an international airport and also be the busiest airport


Lanseria Airport operates 24 hours a day , 7 days a week.

Public transport:

Rigorous and experiential security Staff members using With state-of-the-art security security systems to ensure the safe and efficient transportation of VIPs and dignitaries.

Executive Departure Lounge:

It has 4 fully equipped and well-appointed executive lounges for Pasang relaxation.

Immigration Hall:

The renovated arrivals hall is modern, inviting and not crowded. The takeoff and collection area is conveniently located at the entrance to the main terminal building Parking:

Parking is available, but parking is limited and secured with the most controlled approach It is

Restaurants and Cafes:

The restaurant has a restaurant. There is also a snack / coffee shop.

Passengers with disabilities / passengers with special requirements:

Lanseria Airport is a passenger-friendly facility.

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