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  • 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. (Read more...)
    08 March 2011
  • The airport Cycle Tour facilitation is has been relocated to the Ground Floor of Parkade 1, the first undercover parking you encounter as you approach the airport. It is easily accessible from the Central Terminal Building by using the Northern Entrance/Exit doors next to the C N A bookshop. (Read more...)
    16 February 2011
  • 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 (Read more...)
    02 December 2010
  • O.R. Tambo International Airport is currently embarking on a full Scale Emergency simulation exercise.
    The exercise involving a crashed aircraft commenced at 3.30am this morning and includes emergency services from across the province.  (Read more...)
    30 November 2010
  • As part of O. R. Tambo International Airport’s preparedness for aviation and other emergency situations the airport will be embarking on an emergency simulation exercise on a date to be advised later this month.

    The airport therefore wishes to advise media to expect information of an emergency situation at the airport within the next week. While you are welcome to engage with the airport and/or other stakeholders as you would in a real simulation we caution against making media reports of an emergency at the airport being made public.

     (Read more...)
    16 November 2010
  • Sunday 7 November 2010 marked one year since Airports Company South Africa, Cape Town International Airport (ACSA CTIA) opened its doors to the new central terminal building.  (Read more...)
    15 November 2010
  • 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

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