Johannesburg to Istanbul Flight Time

Your estimated flight duration from Johannesburg Airport to Istanbul Airport is:

9 hours and 46 minutes

Your Flight Route Details

From : O.R. Tambo International Airport

Address : 1 Jones Rd, Kempton Park, Johannesburg, 1632, South Africa

Tel : +27 11 921 6262

To : Istanbul Airport

Address : Tayakadın, Terminal Caddesi No:1, 34283 Arnavutköy/İstanbul, Türkiye

Tel : +90 4441442

Distance : 7494.12 Klm

Including estimated take off and landing time of 25 minutes

O. R. Tambo International Airport (JNB)

The airport has three terminals – International, Central, and Domestic. Ground transportation is easily accessible from all three terminals so you won’t have to walk far after your flight lands. Details on all available options can be found on the airport’s website.

Public Transport. A one-way one-way ticket costs around €8 and from Sandton, you can transfer to one of the local network buses or take a johannesburg airport taxi to your final destination.

If the Gautrain is out of service, you can catch a bus from the airport bus station located behind the Airport Sun International Hotel.

Transportation services from the airport: Companies such as Magic Bus and Airport Shuttle provide cost-shared ride and private vehicle shuttle services from the airport. Prices vary depending on the destination, type of car, and the company you book with, and you can pay from €27 to €80 for a trip to the city center.

Hotel Shuttle Services.

Taxi ranks are located outside the two airport terminals and only accredited taxi companies are allowed to transport passengers arriving on flights to Johannesburg airport to destinations within and outside the city. However, there is still a chance that you may be approached by drivers to offer you some much cheaper travel, but avoid them as it is very likely that the duration of your ride will be much longer than usual.

A ride from the airport to most destinations in the centre of Johannesburg would cost between €25 – €44.

Istanbul New Airport

Istanbul airport (Istanbul Havalimanı), which replaced Ataturk Airport, is located 41 kilometres north-east of the city centre, in Eastern Thrace, and is the largest airport in Turkey. Together with Sabiha Gökçen, it is the two main airports of Istanbul, serving flights from Athens and Thessaloniki.

To and from the airport

You can travel to or from the airport by bus or taxi in addition to the car. There is no direct metro or train connection to the centre of Istanbul.
Access by Car

The airport is easily accessible from the city centre via the D020 motorway.
Istanbul Airport, Tayakadın, Terminal Caddesi No:1, 34283 Arnavutköy.

Access by Bus

The airport is connected to Istanbul, its surroundings and the cities of Tekirdağ – Çorlu by regular bus services.
Detailed information about the timetables can be found at:
Map of the terminals with boarding points: map-transportation-airport.

Access by taxi

Istanbul airport taxi stands are available at the terminal exits and in the departure area. The journey to the centre of Istanbul takes approximately 45 minutes, depending on traffic.