Africa is connected by airways with many important countries of the world. Oliver Tambo International Airport located in Johannesburg, South Africa is the biggest and busiest airport in Africa. Some of the other airports include Cairo International Airport in Egypt, Cape Town International Airport in South Africa, and King Shaka International Airport in Durban. South African Airways, Kenya Airways, & Ethiopian Airlines are the major airlines of Africa. Other airlines serving major countries of Africa include Emirates, Etihad Airways, Qatar Airways and Turkish Airlines.
Most of the flights to Africa start from or travel through Europe and the Middle East. All the North African countries along with Sudan, Eritrea, Djibouti and Somalia are well connected with Asia and Middle Eastern countries.
Many airlines are available from Europe to the most visited destinations of Africa. Airlines such as Royal Air Maroc, Afriqyah Airlines, Kenya Airways, Jet4you, EgyptAir, Ethiopian, Kenya Airways, South African Airways and Arik Air fly between Europe and Africa.
Airlines that operate from Brazil, Canada, Cuba and Venezuela are South African Airlines, Delta, United, & Ethiopian Airlines. Flight services from Australia to South Africa and Johannesburg are also offered. Qantas, South African Airways, Air Mauritius operate flights between Australia and Africa.