Synonyms for francistown or Related words with francistown

palapye              lobatse              gweru              mahalapye              molepolole              phikwe              mutare              chingola              gaborone              chipata              selibe              mpika              oshakati              lilongwe              mzuzu              solwezi              serowe              kitale              ghanzi              rundu              beitbridge              mwanza              mchinji              marondera              ndola              kisumu              masvingo              ruiru              kapiri              grootfontein              otjiwarongo              bukoba              nanyuki              mulilo              limuru              eenhana              maseru              katima              jwaneng              mongu              rutenga              kwekwe              ramotswa              mkushi              chipinge              mposhi              malaba              eldoret              mbeya              kitwe             

Examples of "francistown"
The airline's route network saw it flying Bulawayo-Francistown-Serowe-Gaborone-Johannesburg-Gaborone-Lobatse-Ghansi on Mondays; Ghansi-Lobatse-Gaborone-Serowe-Francistown on Tuesdays; Francistown-Maun-Serondellas-Livingstone-Serondellas-Maun-Francistown on Wednesdays; Francistown-Maun-Ghansi-Maun-Francistown on Thursdays; Francistown-Serowe-Gaborone-Lobatse-Johannesburg-Lobatse-Gaborone-Serowe-Francistown on Fridays; and Francistown to Bulawayo on Saturdays.
The closest airport is Francistown (FRW), Francistown, Botswana (179.5 km)
The City of Francistown is an administrative district, separated from North-East District. It is administered by Francistown City Council.
The Apostolic Vicariate of Francistown () is a Roman Catholic apostolic Vicariate located in the city of Francistown, Botswana, in the Ecclesiastical province of Bloemfontein in South Africa.
John Mackenzie School, Francistown, Botswana was founded in 1899 as Francistown European School; in 1958, it was renamed in his honour.
Francistown Airport is a public airport in Francistown, Botswana . It has two runways, one paved and one not, and most flights fly for the airline Air Botswana.
Francistown-Johannesburg and Francistown-Johannesburg-Francistown flights were commenced in early 1966 on Mondays and Fridays respectively. The airline ceased operations late in 1966 and entered receivership. Operations of Bechuanaland National Airways were taken over by Botswana National Airways at the end of 1966, of which Gibson was also involved in setting up.
Based at the Francistown Club, the Francistown School of Tennis is a professional tennis centre dedicated to developing young children (starting at 4 years old) into international tennis players.
Makuta is a village in Central District of Botswana. It is located 70 km north-west of Francistown, along the road connecting Francistown to Tutume. The population was 1,295 in 2001 census.
Maparangwane Air Base and Francistown are the only full airbases in Botswana, Sir Seretse Khama International Airport is a civilian airport and Francistown Airport is a joint civilian/military airfield with ownership by the BDF since 2011.
Marapong is a village in Central District of Botswana. It is located west of Francistown, to the south of the road connecting Francistown to Nata. The population was 1,579 in 2001 census.
-Plumtree↵--Francistown↵-Palapye↵-Madlambudzi↵-Ndolwane↵-Masendu↵-Pagani↵-Makhekhe↵-Gala↵-Bilingoma↵-Sihore↵-Malalume↵-Malopa↵-Bambadzi ↵-Hingwe-
The chief town of this region is Francistown, now one of Botswana's major settlements.
There is a road bridge and a rail bridge south of Francistown.
ECCO City Greens FC is a football club from Botswana based in Francistown.
Bechuanaland National Airways was an airline of the Bechuanaland Protectorate and was based in Francistown.
John Mackenzie School is a historic private school situated in Francistown, Botswana.
The school's present-day house system is named after the rivers that flow through Francistown.
Some of the water could be pumped from Francistown to Bulawayo in Zimbabwe.
Patayamatebele is a small village of about 500 people, southeast of Francistown.