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Air Force Base Durban.
Category. Statistic.
Location. South Africa.
Opened in. 1951.
Closed in. Still open, but only for military use as of 1956.
Operated by. South African Air Force and ACSA (not since September 1956).
Owned by. South African Air Force and ACSA (not since September 1956).
Outside links. http://www.safindit.co.za/defence-air-force-base-durban-international-airport, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Durban_International_Airport, https://www.facebook.com/pages/Air-Force-Base-Durban/113442842038073, http://www.af.mil.za/BASES/afb_durban/Default.htm, http://www.saairforce.co.za/the-airforce/bases/2/air-force-base-durban, http://www.saairforce.co.za/the-airforce/bases/2/air-force-base-durban and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Air_Force_Base_Durban.


AFB Durban (ICAO: FADN) is an airbase of the South African Air Force, located in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa The runway is shared with the (now defunct) Durban International Airport (since September 1956). The airbase is at the northern end of the runway.

This base is co-located and shares the runways with Durban International Airport since September 1956. The base is located at the northern end of the runway.

Durban International Airport (formerly Louis Botha Airport) was the international airport of Durban from 1951 until 2010, when it was replaced by King Shaka International Airport, 60 kilometres (37 mi) to the north. The airport is co-located with AFB Durban.

Also see[]

  1. Noteworthy Air bases
  2. Airports