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  • Airports Company South Africa’s flagship airport O.R. Tambo International Airport and South Africa’s newest airline, Velvet Sky, will this week make dreams come true for dozens of disadvantaged children when they fly more than 50 Grade 7 pupils to Durban for a five-day, fun-filled holiday. Most of these children have never been away from their homes, have certainly never flown or even seen an airport or the sea.  (Read more...)
    09 November 2011
     
  • Further to the media statement released on 27 October 2011, Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) continues to closely monitor fuel supply constraints at O.R. Tambo International Airport.
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    03 November 2011
     
  • O.R. Tambo and King Shaka International Airports were inducted onto the Airports Council International’s (ACI) Roll of Excellence in Airport Service Quality earlier this week. (Read more...)
    03 November 2011
     
  • Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) has noted statements made by IATA at an aviation industry meeting earlier today. (Read more...)
    17 October 2011
     
  • O.R. Tambo International Airport will today host the South African Rugby Union and its key sponsors as they welcome the first group of Springbok players and management. (Read more...)
    10 October 2011
     
  • Johannesburg - Egypt Air flights scheduled for O.R. Tambo International Airport are cancelled due to industrial action by Air Traffic Control Officers in Egypt. (Read more...)
    06 October 2011
     
  • Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) welcomes yet another A380 as Emirates introduces the world’s largest passenger plane to its Johannesburg – Dubai Route. (Read more...)
    01 October 2011
     
  • Due to bad weather conditions at O.R. Tambo International Airport this morning, there are flight delays affecting domestic and international flights.
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    23 September 2011
     
  • In view of the decision by the North West Provincial Government (NWPG) to move the international airport license from Pilanesberg to Mafikeng, and the airport’s inability to attract scheduled (commercial) flight operations, Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) has resolved to withdraw its management services from Pilanesberg International Airport, ACSA announced today (22 September 2011).
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    22 September 2011
     
  • Growing interest in the inaugural Oliver and Adelaide Tambo Liberation Walk has prompted organisers to extend the closing date for entries.
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    21 September 2011
     

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