Airports in Botswana
Francistown Airport is a public airport in Francistown, Botswana (IATA: FRW, ICAO: FBFT). It has two runways, one paved and one not, and most flights fly for the airline Air Botswana. The new terminal building opened in 2011 and the old terminal is now used by the Botswana Defence Force.
Ghanzi Airport is an airport in Ghanzi, Botswana (IATA: GNZ, ICAO: FBGZ). The airport is located approximately 1 km from the center of the town. There is currently no scheduled service, only charter and private operations. Ghanzi Airport is located about 600 km west of Gaborone, in the Ghanzi District. Ghanzi Airport geographic coordinates, elevation and reference temperature […]
Jwaneng Airport (IATA: JWA, ICAO: FBJW) is a private aerodrome in Jwaneng, a town in the Southern District of Botswana. It is owned by Debswana, which also owns the Jwaneng diamond mine. There is no scheduled airline service.
Kasane Airport is an airport in Kasane, Botswana (IATA: BBK, ICAO: FBKE). The airport is located approximately 7 kilometres (4.3 mi) southeast of the town along the Kisane–Kachikau Road. Air Botswana provides scheduled service between Kasane and Gaborone on Tuesdays, Fridays, and Sundays. Numerous charter flight operators offer flights to other destinations in the vicinity. Because of […]
Maun Airport is an international airport serving the town of Maun in the northern part of Botswana (IATA: MUB, ICAO: FBMN). It is an important part of the local infrastructure and serves as the main touristic gateway to the Okavango Delta and the Moremi Game Reserve. Additional popular tourist destinations like Chobe National Park or the […]
Orapa Airport (IATA: ORP, ICAO: FBOR) is a private airport in Orapa, a town located in the Central District of Botswana. It is owned by Debswana, which also owns the Orapa diamond mine. There is no scheduled airline service. Landing permission has to be obtained from Debswana at least 48 hours prior to arrival. Customs and […]