Airports Company South Africa, Cape Town International Airport (ACSA, CTIA) is dedicated to sustaining the environment. Over the years the airport has been involved in various environmental projects to ensure that it plays a role in maintaining the natural environment of various areas around the airport
Johannesburg, 10 September 2013 – Airports Company South Africa would like to congratulate Lucas Sithole in his historic win at the US Open grand slam on Sunday, 8 September 2013. Airports Company South Africa has for the past nine years identified Wheelchair Tennis South Africa as its flagship Corporate Social Investment project with positive and enigmatic results all round
Johannesburg, 4 September 2013 - Airports Company South Africa handed over two Toyota Quantam buses to Hope School in Westcliff today. Hope School provides quality education to over 200 learners with disabilities from the age of three years to Grade 12. The buses will ensure that school continues to meet the growing transportation needs.
Johannesburg, 30 August 2013 – As Airports Company South Africa celebrates its 20th anniversary this year, the company has been able to look back with pride at its achievements over this period. The transformation from the basic airports inherited from the Department of Transport on 23 July 1993 to today’s multiple award-winning facilities has not been confined only to infrastructure and airport management, but has extended emphatically into the business sphere. From whence it came, the company can now be compared to any modern, profitable business: ‘From State to state-of-the-art’.