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New Cycle Tour faciliation point at Cape Town ...
Tue, 8 March 2011
Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) today, 8 March 2011, announced that the bicycle collection and drop off point at Cape Town International Airport has been moved to Parkade 1. Cyclists collecting their bicycles are requested to follow the directional signage toward Parkade 1 before collecting their hired vehicles.
Categories: Passengers

City Airport improves parking offering
Thu, 2 December 2010
As of 10 December Cape Town International Airport’s (CTIA’s) pick up and go area will relocate to the ground floor of Parkade 1 and a long stay parking option will be introduced in the Shade net 2 area soon thereafter
Categories: Business, Passengers

Aircraft Storage and Parking Progam at ...
Mon, 2 March 2009
As it is a known fact that capacity to keep aircraft parked is a world wide problem and with infrastructure capacity in mind, ACSA decided to invest in researching various strategies in an attempt to utilise the extra capacity that Upington has and to increase the commercial revenue stream of the airport.
Categories: Stakeholders

New International Remote Bussing Gate opens ...
Thu, 7 June 2007
A new international remote bussing gate, serving departures to remotely parked aircraft, has been opened at O.R. Tambo International Airport as part of the R535 million International Pier Development project.
Categories: Business, Passengers

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