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  • At 9:55 this morning, 31 October 2010, a 1Time Airline Flight 119 destined for Cape Town with 128 passengers aborted take-off due to an engine failure. (Read more...)
    31 October 2010
     
  • 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. (Read more...)
    29 September 2010
     
  • Airports Company South Africa, Cape Town International Airport (ACSA, CTIA) have donated 10 shade cloth units to various schools in disadvantaged Cape Town Communities.  (Read more...)
    20 September 2010
     
  • Faced with a tough operating climate characterised by incredibly tight deadlines for completing infrastructure and operational plans for the 2010 FIFA World Cup, economic regulatory uncertainly and poor GDP performance, Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) managed to post a solid set of results. (Read more...)
    16 August 2010
     
  • The 2010 FIFA World Cup remains a huge marketing opportunity for South Africa. Since the beginning of the tournament, our industry facilitated over 32 500 aircraft movements through-out the ACSA network of airports (Read more...)
    09 July 2010
     
  • Our airports are ready (Read more...)
    25 May 2010
     
  • As we prepare to bring the world’s most spectacular sporting event to our shores and welcome visitors from all over the world, Airports Company South Africa invites you to a Mass Prayer Service at O.R. Tambo International Airport on Sunday 23 May 2010. (Read more...)
    20 May 2010
     
  • On 12 May 2010, Afriqiyah Airways lost flight U8 771 during landing. The flight from Johannesburg to Tripoli was carrying 93 passengers and 11 crew members. (Read more...)
    14 May 2010
     
  • Airports Company South Africa can confirm that Afriqiyah Airways 8U771 (Airbus A330-200), which left Johannesburg O.R. Tambo International Airport at 21:37 last night (11 May) crashed in Tripoli this morning. (Read more...)
    12 May 2010
     
  • As part of our preparations for the 2010 FIFA World Cup and in order to ensure seamless traffic congestion management during this period, Airports Company South Africa in conjunction with the Ekurhuleni Metro Police Department and the South African Police Force have scheduled, planned road closures at O.R. Tambo International Airport. (Read more...)
    10 May 2010
     

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