ACIST 2017 - CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA, 10th – 11th July 2017

Conference participants from outside Africa are encouraged to take an inter-continental flight directly into Cape Town or Johannesburg on well-known carriers or their alliance partners. Those who will fly to Johannesburg can make use of various domestic airlines which offer flights on the hour to other major cities. For connecting flights, the flying time from Cape Town to Johannesburg is 2-hours.

My Citi - The MyCiti buses offer the most cost effective way of commuting from Airport to city centre and around certain parts of Cape Town. Buses leave a stop just outside the Cape Town International Airport every 20 minutes and they operate between 05:00 and 22:00. This map provide a good outline of all the MyCiti bus routes. For more details on MyCiti buses and their airport route check Travelstart website. For details on exact timetable and bus fares check the myCiti website.

Uber and Taxify Uber and Taxify are ride / taxi ordering services. Both services operate in Cape Town and can be used to travel anywhere in Cape Town. For more information and to install the relevant application on your smart phone, please visit their respective websites. Taxis - taxis are available at the airport. They are relatively expensive with the fare's ranging from R8 to R12 per km. Confirm with your driver beforehand.

Car Rental - All of the major car rental companies have branches at the airport. You can both collect and drop-off your vehicle directly at the airport.

Airport Transfer - If you have pre-booked accommodation there is a good chance that your hotel and/or hosts offer an airport collection and drop-off service. Make enquiries when booking your accommodation.