Mining Indaba by private jet

Mining Indaba is an annual conference dedicated to the mining interests and industry in Africa.

The Mining Indaba conference takes place each year in February, in Cape Town, South Africa.

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As the World's largest mining investment conference, Mining Indaba has been established for twenty years and sees over 7,000 delegates from 110 different countries travelling to Cape Town. Those attending include mining professionals, investors and governments representatives with interests in the African mining sector.

Mining Indaba takes place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre, which is located in the centre of Cape Town city centre.

NEAREST PRIVATE JET AIRPORTS TO MINING INDABA

The closest private jet airport to Mining Indaba is Cape Town International Airport, which has two dedicated private jet terminals (FBOs) to handle all private jet flights in and out of Cape Town airport.

PrivateFly organises private jet charter flights for those attending Mining Indaba.

PRIVATE JET CHARTER PRICES TO MINING INDABA, CAPE TOWN

Johannesburg - Capetown - Johannesburg
Price: from £8 030/ $12 050 (3 night return)
Aircraft: Citation Mustang
Passengers: 4
Flight time: 2 hr 14 mins

London - Cape Town - London
Price: from £110,000/ $166 520 (3 night return)
Aircraft: Challenger 850
Passengers: 13
Flight time: 12 hours

Perth - Cape Town - Perth
Price: from £125 000/ $190 000 (3 night return)
Aircraft: Cessna Citation X
Passengers: 8
Flight time: 10 hr 40 mins

For private jet charter prices to and from Mining Indaba Cape Town, for any global itinerary, contact us or call the PrivateFly flight team 24/7 on {{telephone}}

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