Johannesburg International Airport was established in 1952 and named after Field Marshal Jan Christian Smuts, who was the prime minister of the Union of South Africa from 1919 to 1924 and also from 1939 to 1948.
Following the ending of apartheid in 1994, the airports name was changed to politically-neutral names. In 2006 however, the airport was again renamed to OR (Oliver Reginald) Tambo International Airport, the former president of the African National Congress (ANC).
- Highly Detailed International/Domestic Terminal Buildings.
- High quality textures on buildings both night and day.
- Accurate Runway/Apron Lighting.
- Elevated Approach Lights.
- Fully AI-Traffic compatible.
- Static Jetways added where available.
- Custom designed satic airport service vehicles.
- Fully configurable installer – No computer experience needed to install!
- Microsoft Flight Simulator 2004 (Version 9.1)
- Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows VISTA, Windows 7
- 1 GHz Processor (2GHz recommended)
- 512 MB RAM (1Gb recommended)
- 128 Mb DirectX 9 graphics card (256 Mb recommended)
- Adobe Acrobat Reader 6 minimal to read and print the manual.
- Installations-Size: 116.7 MB
- Download Size: 21.5 MB