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Airlines moving to Terminal B
Monday, March 30, 2009 | 00:00

Please note that from 1 April the following internationally operating airlines will use Terminal B Departures (previously the domestic terminal) for all flight check-in. Where relevant this includes both domestic and international flights. All other international airlines will continue to use Terminal A (previously the international terminal) and domestic airlines will continue to operate from Terminal B Departures.

The airlines affected by the move to Terminal B are as follows:

  • SAA – Moving 1st April
  • Airlink – Moving 1st April
  • SA Express – Moving 1st April
  • Air Zimbabwe – Moving 1st April
  • Air Mauritius – Moving 1st April
  • Qantas – Moving 1st April
  • Egypt Air – Moving May, date to be confirmed
  • Air Madagascar – Moving date to be advised
  • Cathay Pacific – Moving date to be advised
  • Air Tanzania – Moving date to be advised
  • Rwandair Express – No longer moving


The airlines with unconfirmed dates will continue to check-in passengers in Terminal A.

For flight information and other airport related queries please contact 086 727 7888.

Nothemba Noruwana
Communications Manager
O.R. Tambo International Airport
Airports Company South Africa

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