Formerly known as Port Natal, Durban is one of South Africa’s most beautiful coastal cities, situated in the eastern province of KwaZulu-Natal. A melting pot of African, Indian and colonial cultures, many reasons demand a private jet charter to Durban.
Right from the seafront promenade to the humongous uShaka Marine World theme park to the Moses Mabhida Stadium and the Durban Botanical Gardens, Durban is a treat to all your senses. The city has a deep history of colonization, changing hands many times. Today, Durban houses one of the world’s most important commercial ports and is known for its beautiful beaches, lovely climate and cultural diversity.
Here’s all you need to know about Durban private jet charters, whether you’re flying in or out of the city.
Private Jet Charters To/From Durban
To charter a flight to Durban or from it, be sure to use one of our top recommended services below:
Airports to Fly Privately to and from Durban
The 3 airports you’re most likely to fly to and from Durban are:
- King Shaka International Airport (DUR, FALE): South Africa’s third-largest airport is Durban’s primary airport, 35 km from the city center. Over 45 million passengers use this airport annually.
- Virginia Airport (VIR, FAVG): 10 km northeast of Durban, Virginia Airport is a public airport, also a popular training ground for pilots.
- Pietermaritzburg Airport (PZB, FAPM): Formerly the Oribi Airport, this airport is on Durban’s western suburbs, hosting around 130,000 travelers a year. It’s the 2nd most popular airport after King Shaka, close to many attractions.
Durban’s Cultural Attractions
Here are the top cultural attractions a private jet charter Durban will bring you:
- The uShaka Marine World, a 16-hectare theme park located near the harbor and beachfront, with a ton of dedicated sections such as Kids World, Sea World, Beach, Village Walk and Wet ‘n Wild
- Addington Beach, close to uShaka Marine World and great for surfing!
- Suncoast Casino and Entertainment World, home to South Africa’s largest casino, one of South Africa’s 3 top beaches, several bars and restaurants and cinemas
- Natural Science Museum for a display of Africa’s native flora and fauna
- Luthuli Museum, a tribute to Chief Albert John Mvumbi Luthuli, one of South Africa’s major anti-apartheid activists