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There are a number of domestic flights to and from George Airport which is located on the Garden Route between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth. To search and book a flight, simply enter your travel criteria in the banner above and 'click' the submit button. We will search our database of available flights and give you the options to choose from. Let us do all the hard work for you!


George Airport Info:


George is situated on the Garden Route half way between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth. George Airport, previously know as P.W.Botha Airport, was built in 1977 as an exact replica of the Keetmanshoop, Namibia airport. It has won awards for efficient operation on more than one occasion.



Flight Routes:


The following flight routes are available to and from George Airport.

  • George to Johannesburg
  • George to Durban
  • George to Cape Town
  • George to Port Elizabeth
  • George to East London
  • George to Bloemfontein
  • George to Nelspruit


Domestic Airlines flying to George:

  • Kulula
  • 1Time
  • British Airways (Comair)
  • SA Airlink Airlines
  • South Africa Airways

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George Info:


George is one of the oldest towns in South Africa and was first called Georgetown in 1811 after King George III. The George of today, with oak-lined avenues against a mountainous backdrop, still makes for one of the most beautiful towns in South Africa.  The city is surrounded by the Outeniqua Mountains and is famous for the Outeniqua Hiking Trail. Although George is a city, it has a small town and country atmosphere of peace and tranquillity.  

George caters for any tourists needs and has a sophisticated infrastructure with banks, conference facilities, businesses and shopping chains including the newly completed Garden Route Shopping Centre, transport and sporting facilities, yet retaining its small town atmosphere. The town is also a major accommodation centre.

George has numerous world-class golf courses, some designed by famous golfers. Amongst these are Oubaai and Le Grande George. The most well-known is Fancourt Golf Estate, which hosted the Presidents Cup in 2003 and is often the host to high-profile golf tournaments.

Top national sevens rugby teams meet from around the world at Outeniqua Park for the South African Sevens which is part of the IRB Sevens World Series.

There are many historical landmarks in George which must be visited.  ‘The Slave Tree’, an ancient English oak planted by magistrate Landdrost van Kervel is a national monument and got its name from the large chain and lock which is still embedded in its trunk.  The King Edward VII library is one of the best examples of Edwardian architecture in George.


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