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Wonderboom Airport
Pretoria

The Wonderboom Airport was opened in 1937, and is located in the Wonderboom suburb, near Montana.  The airport is popular with smaller airplanes, charted flights and private owners.

The Wonderboom Airport celebrates 75 years of aviation in 2011.

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