On flights to Johannesburg, you will land at OR Tambo International Airport, formerly officially known as Johannesburg International Airport and before that as Jan Smuts International Airport.
OR Tambo International Airport is located in Kempton Park, Ekurhuleni metropolitan municipality in Gauteng Province, near the city of Johannesburg.
It is South Africa’s primary airport and is Africa's busiest airport, with an estimated 21 million passengers using it in 2010.
There are six terminals at the airport: two international terminals; two domestic terminals; and two transit terminals. Passengers on flights to Johannesburg from Manchester arrive at Terminal A.
Etihad Diamond First and Pearl Business Class passengers can make use of the Ongololo Lounge.