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English: Map showing flights from Cape Town International Airport to destinations outside Southern Africa, as of 1 July 2009. (Note that the Delta Service to Dakar and Atlanta ends on 29 August; also, Afriqiyah Airways will begin service to Tripoli on 5 September, and Air Berlin will begin service to Munich on 9 October.) See File:Regional flights from Cape Town International Airport.svg for flights within Southern Africa.
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Date 4 July 2009
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Author Htonl


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