These developments are being carried out at Sir Seretse Khama International Airport, Maun, Francistown and Kasane International Airports. The developments will enable the airports to handle wide bodied aircraft and cater for the expected increase in air travel for both passenger and cargo.
Francistown International Airport
Construction of the Francistown International Airport commenced in July 2008 and it was completed in August 2011 with the approved project cost of P562 Million. The state-ofthe- art airport is operational.
Facts about the Airport:
• The Terminal building is designed for the traffic forecast up to 2025.
• On the Typical peak hour, the passenger building is designed to handle 99 domestic arrivals and departures and 127
International Arrivals and Departures (each).
• The building also has CIP (Commercially
• Important Person) lounges in both Domestic and International Departures lounges, and a VIP Lounge in addition.
• The terminal building provides for car rentals, restaurants and a few shops. It also houses all the CAAB offices on the
mezzanine floor. The building is provided with state-of-the-art Flight Information Display system, conveyor belt, airline check
in desks, and Public Address system.
• No of Offices: 67
• Sizes of Aircraft to land: Boeing 737 or equivalent class aircrafts