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  • Airports Company South Africa (ACSA), Africa’s largest airports authority, today hosted a stakeholder and media briefing on the impact of aviation on the environment. The event is being held to mark World Environment Day on Friday June 5 2009.  (Read more...)
    05 June 2009
     
  • It was 18 months ago that Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) and the Dube Tradeport (DTP) began construction of the new airport at La Mercy. (Read more...)
    15 May 2009
     
  • It is now less than 365 days or only 12 months left before the new airport at La Mercy finally opens its doors for business. (Read more...)
    15 May 2009
     
  • The latest and final major terminal upgrade development has been opened to the travelling public by Airports Company South Africa Limited (ACSA).
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    08 May 2009
     
  • O.R. Tambo has taken a giant step closer to readiness to host the 2010 Soccer World Cup. Passengers and visitors to O.R. Tambo International Airport will soon be able to experience Africa’s largest airport construction free. As of 1 April 2009 the R2.3 billion Central Terminal Building (CTB) development is will be fully operational. (Read more...)
    02 April 2009
     
  • On 1 April 2009 the Departures level of Central Terminal Building Development at O.R. Tambo International Airport will be opened. This opening marks the completion of the final phase of the Central Terminal Building development at the airport.
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    31 March 2009
     
  • Please note that from 1 April the following internationally operating airlines will use Terminal B Departures (previously the domestic terminal) for all flight check-in. Where relevant this includes both domestic and international flights.  (Read more...)
    30 March 2009
     
  • Terminal name change to Terminal A and Terminal B
    O.R. Tambo International Airport has made the decision to follow the lead of other international airports and make the terminals multi-use such that terminals can be used to process both international and domestic flights interchangeably.  (Read more...)
    25 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. (Read more...)
    23 March 2009
     
  • The R500 million multi storey parking extension at O.R. Tambo International Airport is now open to the public. The new parking facility adds 5 300 parking bays on 7 levels to the airport precinct’s existing 5000 bays. Of these new bays 2000 were commissioned in early 2008.  (Read more...)
    23 March 2009
     

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