Car-Rent.com compares the prices of well-known car rental companies in South Africa, including the following location: Johannesburg International Airport
Johannesburg Airport is officially called, OR Tambo International Airport, named after the former President of the African National Congress (ANC). It is the most important airport in South Africa and the busiest airport in Africa. The terminal building was enlarged and renovated for the Football World Cup 2010.
The airport of Johannesburg is designated by the aviation industry with the IATA code JNB and the ICAO code is FAJS. With regards to the Wikipedia article over Johannesburg Airport, the airport has two take-off and landing runways.
At the time of writing this, there are nine car rental companies who have offices situated at Johannesburg Airport: Avis, Budget, Europcar, Hertz, Imperial, Khaya, National, Sizwe and Tempest.
The airport's official website can be found via the following address: Johannesburg Airport