Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Francistown Airport Car Rental

Francistown is owned by Botswana Defense Force and hence is a public airport. The new terminal is only being used for public purpose and other terminal is restricted to military forces. Many flights that fly from this airport are run by Air Botswana with good runway length.

Francistown airport is considered as the home of Botswana Defense Air Wing which is the oldest terminal point of the airport. Flights from this airport travel to Johannesburg and Gaborone mostly. Francistown airport has received development plans of reconstruction and extension in the year 2008 in order to complete the renovation process for 2010 FIFA world cup, as it expected good number of foreign tourists to visit this place as it is adjacent to  South Africa.

Francistown is major route for air transport as well as road transport for Botswana. This town is having evidences that human habitation is here since 10,000 years back. There are many mining companies in this town and has potential of gaining good business in future. Some of the closest places from this airport are Francistown, Manduyan and Manduyan Stad which can be travelled by hiring a car at Francistown Airport Car Rental. Also famous hotels like Marong hotel, Tati River Lodge, Emoyo Villa are found for good stay in this place.

Francistown serves as a pivotal transport hub to connect various cities like Harare of Zimbabwe, Lobatse, Ramokgwebana and Kazungula. The Francistown Airport is just about 2 miles from the town and good rental transportation is provided to reach Aerodrome from any corner of town in no time. Important changes are going to take place in this airfield very soon as P500 million was sanctioned for development and upgrading this hanger. The transformation will take its shape in three stages which will definitely add spark to Botswana and Francistown Airport.

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The Above information was extracted from: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Francistown_Airport

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