George Airport 5.22

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George, 6529
South Africa

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George Airport is an airport located in George, Western Cape, South Africa. It was formerly known as P.W. Botha Airport, named after the state president who lived in this part of the country.This airport was originally built in 1977 as an exact replica of the Keetmanshoop Airport in Namibia, however since expansion and changes it doesn't look similar anymore. It has won awards for efficient operation two years running.In 2013, the airport served 560,432 passengers, substantially more than the 154,000 in 2003. From 2014 onwards continued increase in passenger numbers were witnessed, with 2016 recording a record number of passengers of 738,475, closing in on the design capacity of the airport which should necessitate further terminal expansion in the near future.Flying SchoolsAVIC-International Flight Training AcademyAviation VOR - GRV 116.60 MHz ILS - GGI 110.1 MHz (Runway 29) ILS - GEI 109.5 MHz (Runway 11)Accidents and incidents 7 December 2009 - An Embraer ERJ 135 (registration:ZS-SJW) operated by Airlink on a scheduled flight (SA-8625) overrun the runway in wet conditions and ended up on a public road. There were no fatalities, but the plane suffered substantial damage. The accident was caused by an incorrect sealant used on the runway, and the airline was cleared of all blame. Airlink's insurers took legal action against the state-owned Airports Company of South Africa.