What we do
Cape Town Air Access is an award-winning air-route development project, responsible for establishing direct flights that connect Cape Town and the Western Cape with the rest of the world.
The project, housed within Wesgro, is an impressive collaboration between six government entities and the private sector.
Why fly to Cape Town?
Visit an award-winning airportCape Town International Airport has been named Best Airport in Africa in the Skytrax World Airport Awards for five consecutive years.
Experience the best in AfricaCape Town was named Africa’s Leading Festival & Event Destination at the World Travel Awards 2019.
Meet a leader in business tourismThe International Congress and Convention Association ranked Cape Town as the 2019 meetings capital of Africa.
Who flies to Cape Town?
London Heathrow, UK
Amsterdam, the Netherlands
London Heathrow, UK; London Gatwick, UK
Munich, Germany; Frankfurt, Germany
Walvis Bay, Namibia
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Kigali, Rwanda; </br>Harare, Zimbabwe
Windhoek, Namibia; </br>Maun, Botswana; </br>Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe;</br> Saint Helena
Nairobi, Kenya; Livingstone, Zambia; Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
Newark, New York
Port Louis, Mauritius
Windhoek, Namibia; Oranjemund, Namibia
Hong Kong, China
Windhoek and Walvis Bay, Namibia
What we do
Develop business cases for new and existing routes
Airline route support and development
Marketing and communications support for airlines
Policy and regulation advocacy
An award-winning partnership
The Cape Town Air Access project is a partnership between six government entities, comprising of the Western Cape Government, City of Cape Town, Cape Town Tourism, Wesgro, South African Tourism, and the Airports Company South Africa, and private sector partners