Zanzibar International Airport (IATA: ZNZ, ICAO: HTZA), also named Kisauni Airport, is the only airport on the island of Unguja, which together with Pemba Island forms the archipelago of Zanzibar, part of the United Republic of Tanzania. The airport is located approximately 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) south of Stone Town.
The airport is currently served on a daily basis from all major East African airports such as Kilimanjaro Airport, Nairobi Airport, Arusha Airport, Mombasa airport and Dar es Salaam Airport by airlines such as Air Tanzania, Kenya Airways and Precision Air.
South African Airlines currently serves Zanzibar on Wednesdays and Saturdays from Johannesburg. Air Uganda has twice weekly direct flights between Entebbe International Airport and Zanzibar on Mondays and Fridays.
There are also a couple of holiday charters such as Air Italy offering direct flights from destinations such as Milan, Rome, Verona and Luxor or Condor from Frankfurt via Mombasa.
The airport is open 24 hours a day and also hosts a cafeteria and several snack and souvenir shops.
The airport resides at an elevation of 54 feet (16 m) . It has one runway designated 18/36 with an asphalt surface measuring 2,462 by 45 metres (8,077 × 148 ft). Geographical co-ordinates : 061 307.51S – 039 1328.39E Airport Elevation 54FT AMSL : above mean sea level
Runway Designation:18 / 36
Runway Length : 2.462 metres tarmac / Width: 45 metres
Taxiway Bearing Strength Tarmac A (23 metres width) - PCN 31/F/A/W/T
Taxiway Bearing Strength Tarmac B (45 metres width) - PCN 42/F/A/W/T
Taxiway Bearing Strength Tarmac C (23 metres width) - PCN 31/F/A/W/T
Apron Tarmac Bearing strength PCN 42/F/A/W/T
Airlines and destinations
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