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When one thinks of Cape Town International Airport, one immediately thinks about its impressive architecture that clearly suggests the workings of a city well on its way into the modern era of development and technology. The airport has many as 8.5 million passengers travelling through its doors regularly, whether they’re in transit going towards other countries or finally gracing South African soil with their presence. So why not be one of those select few during your travels?
Cape Town International Airport is South Africa’s second largest airport. Its outstanding services and facilities has earned this airport a standing ovation, having won the prestigious World Travel Award for Africa’s leading airport seven years in a row simultaneously. There are more than 100 stores and 45 restaurants within the airport to choose from. So if you’re in transit with nothing but time on your hands, then I suggest you take advantage of the facilities and duty-free opportunities that CTIA has to offer.
Another interesting development under way is the construction of Terminal 2010, which will be completed in time for the 2010 Soccer World Cup hosted by South Africa. Other future developments include the converging of international and domestic terminals for a more convenient baggage-claim unit which meets everyone’s needs. Much of the airport’s development will serve an even greater purpose long after the World Cup has ceased. So the next time you enter the terminals at Cape Town International Airport, think of it as your gateway to the African continent into the 21st century.