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  • Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) has welcomed the lengthy sentences handed down to those responsible for the 2006 O.R. Tambo International Airport robbery in which R100 million was stolen. (Read more...)
    24 July 2012
     
  • Hundreds of South African supporters gathered at O.R. Tambo International Airport today to bid the 2012 SA Olympic Team farewell. 140 Olympic qualifying athletes led by their mascot as well as team managers were greeted with cheers from fans at the International Trade Bureau (ITB) at O.R Tambo International Airport.  (Read more...)
    20 July 2012
     
  • Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) initiated its Winter Warmers campaign on 1 June 2012 across its nine airports to benefit children in need across the country. The objective of the campaign was to provide winter warmers on Mandela Day for children in various schools identified by the airports.  (Read more...)
    19 July 2012
     
  • Airports Company South Africa, Cape Town International Airport (ACSA CTIA)’s leadership team and staff members volunteered not only 67 minutes of their time for Mandela Day but three hours to assist at the Delft Community Centre, the Nelson Mandela Peace Park. (Read more...)
    18 July 2012
     
  • Airports Company South Africa, Cape Town International Airport (ACSA CTIA) is once again embarking on its school up-liftment project which will assist another seven schools this year in making critical school improvements which was started in May 2011. (Read more...)
    20 June 2012
     
  • Airports Company South Africa, East London Airport was awarded the Most Improved for Staff Service Excellence by the Airports Council International (ACI) in the Airport Service Quality (ASQ) global awards. The awards ceremony, took place on Thursday, 24 May. (Read more...)
    28 May 2012
     
  • Eritrean Airlines launched its first flight to Cape Town today, the flight landed from Asmara in Eritrea at 16h40 to a traditional water canon salute from Airports Company South Africa, Cape Town International Airport’s Aerodrome Rescue and Fire-Fighter department. (Read more...)
    08 May 2012
     
  • Airports Company South Africa, Cape Town International Airport (ACSA CTIA) has once again been awarded the Best Airport in Africa and the Best Airport in Africa for Staff Service Excellence at the SKYTRAX World Airport Awards.  (Read more...)
    20 April 2012
     
  • Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) Cape Town International Airport (CTIA) activated its full scale Aerodrome Emergency exercise at 10h00 today. The approximate duration of the exercise was 3 hours and included various role-players which included the South African Police Services, the City of Cape Town’s Disaster Risk Management, the South African National Defence Force, Emergency Medical Response (EMS), amongst others. (Read more...)
    29 March 2012
     
  • Airport improvements for the benefit of our customers….Construction work has commenced on the arrivals pickup area at KSIA and is scheduled to be completed on the 31st May 2012. (Read more...)
    28 March 2012
     

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