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Cape Town International Airport is in support ...
Wed, 20 July 2011
Airports Company South Africa, Cape Town International Airport (ACSA CTIA) has kicked off its Mandela week campaign with a sponsorship of R200 000 towards two houses. A sod-turning ceremony was held onsite in Blue Downs where the environmentally friendly and cost-effective eight double-storey units will be built.
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Department of Transport’s to review ...
Thu, 7 July 2011
Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) today, 7 July 2011, welcomed the Department of Transport’s announcement that it would review ACSA’s economic regulatory framework in order to facilitate predictable, transparent and balanced tariff determinations in the future.
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Airports Company South Africa staff support ...
Thu, 7 July 2011
The 4th of July 2011 marked the first day during which many of Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) staff dedicated just 67 minutes of their time to a worthy cause. Once again ACSA staff demonstrated how much they really care about their fellow South Africans, especially those less fortunate.
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Flight delays due to weather conditions
Wed, 6 July 2011
Due to bad weather conditions (ice on wings of aircrafts) at O.R. Tambo International Airport this morning, there were flight delays affecting domestic flights only.
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