The beautiful continent of Africa has become a big tourist magnet. This has in turn caused a dramatic increase in the number of international airports in Africa.
In this article, we will list the 5 most beautiful international airports in Africa.

A lot of money has gone into the construction of these airports to make the final product both functional and beautiful.

1. Sharm El-Sheikh International Airport, Egypt

This airport takes the top spot as the most beautiful international airport in Africa. After the airport in Cairo, It is the third busiest airport in Egypt after the one in Cairo It has 40 check-in counters and can handle up to five million passengers every year. Its estimated cost is US$350 million.

2. Cape Town International Airport, South Africa

Cape Town International airport is the third-busiest in Africa and the second busiest in South Africa. Located not too far from the center of the city, it also has 120 check-in counters. The central building alone cost US$115 million.

3. Marrakech Menara Airport, Morocco

Marrakesh is one of the most beautiful cities in Morocco and also in Africa as a whole. The airport boasts of serving over 4.5 million passengers per year.

4. Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport, Mauritius

The airport was Inaugurated in 2013. It boasts of a carrying capacity of 4 million passengers yearly and costs US$306 million in construction.

5. Enfidha-Hammamet International Airport, Tunisia

Inaugurated in 2009, the airport is mostly used to convey tourists going to the holiday resorts of Tunisia. Its well-planned layout is just one of the reasons why it is on this list. The total cost of construction is estimated to be about US$504 million.

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