Parking at the airport? Here is what you will pay to park your car at these SA airports
WHEN I am out of the city for more than two days, I tend to park my car at the airport. It is convenient and saves me the costly expense of using a rideshare service.
Parking at the airport? Here is what you will pay to park your car at these SA airports:
King Shaka International Airport
Travellers pay R95 a day, thereafter R65 per every 12 hours. The multiparking fee is R180 a day. Long term parking for 0-5 days cost R310, thereafter R62 a day.
Cape Town International Airport
Travellers using the airport parking pay R150 a day. If you park longer than 5 days, it is R65 a day after the fifth day.
O.R. Tambo International Airport
Rates start from R190 a day.
Lanseria International Airport
Parking starts from R132 a day. Rates prices differ daily.
Upington International Airport
If you park at the airport from 12 to 24 hours, you pay R124. Parking for 2 days cost R185, 3 days cost R252, 4 days cost R316, 5 days cost R380, 6 days cost R440 and a week costs R508.
East London Airport
Known as one of Eastern Cape’s busiest airports, East London Airport charges R300 for 0-3 days, and thereafter R55 a day for long stay park.
Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport
Serving mostly travellers to Kruger National Park, travellers pay R80 a day. If you park for longer than 14 days, travellers get a 25 percent discount.
There is no charge for parking, but travellers park their car at their own risk.
Polokwane International Airport
Rates start from R100 a day, 1-2 days cost R150, 2-5 days cost R300 and 5-7 days cost R500, 8-14 days is R600, 15-30 days is R1000.
Bram Fischer International Airport
Travellers pay R84 a day in open parking and R124 in the shaded parking.
Port Elizabeth International Airport
Despite attempts since Monday, November 2, IOL Travel was unable to contact the airport.