Before you leave the aircraft, don't forget to collect all your belongings.
If you have checked baggage, the first thing you need to do is go to the Durban airport (DUR) baggage claim area.
Then (if necessary) make migrations, following the line according to your nationality. Once be your turn, show your Passport, and Visa (if applicable). In some countries may ask where you stay, show the return ticket, etc. Check this information with the corresponding embassy before you travel.
Once you get to the public area, check out the
linking the airport with the urban area. In case you have booked a private and personal transfer, look at the posters with names that some people hold, waiting for guests.
If you plan to rent a car instead, check the Car Hire in Durban airport (DUR)
and book in advance.
If you have forgotten luggage at the aircraft or your checked luggage is missing or damage, follow the airport Baggage instructions.
Facilities and Lounges
(if any) offered by the airport in case you have a long layover.
If your wish is to search for a nearby hotel or within the airport check our information Item for
Overnight Stay at Durban airport (DUR)
If you are a passenger with reduced mobility or a disability, coordinate your trip with your airline at least 48 hours in advance and check the
facilities at the airport.