Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) and the airlines have introduced a new, cutting-edge, air travel convenience with the implementation of a system that allows passengers to make on-line or mobile flight ticket bookings and print their own boarding passes. The system went live early this month 2010 for domestic flights and is working well. International travellers will be able to use the new 2-D barcode as soon approval has been received from the Department of Home Affairs whilst 1Time Airline will only be ready next year.
Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) today (Tuesday, 11 March 2008) convened an emergency aviation industry meeting regarding concerns expressed by the disability sector on the handling of disabled passengers by airlines and ramp handlers at ACSA airports.
The transition in ground handling services to two new companies, BidAir Services and Menzies Aviation, at all ten airports owned and managed by Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) got off to a good start this past weekend.
Airports Company South Africa, Africa’s leading airports operator, together with the newly appointed ground handling companies, Menzies Aviation and BidAir Services, announced a new plan to achieve superior, world-class passenger service experiences at ACSA’s 10 airports.