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  • 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
     
  • Absa Capital, the investment banking division of Absa Bank Ltd, announced today that it had lead arranged and placed bonds to the value of R1,1 billion on behalf of Airports Company South Africa Limited (ACSA) with local institutional investors. (Read more...)
    10 March 2009
     
  • A Beech 36 aircraft with 2 people on board departed Kimberley Airport this morning at about 08:30 3rd March 2009 bound for Ladysmith. (Read more...)
    03 March 2009
     
  • Johannesburg, 25 February 2009 - The French Development Agency (AFD) and Airports Company South Africa Ltd (ACSA) today signed a long-term €85 million loan (approximately R1 billion). The loan is repayable over fifteen years with a three year grace period (Read more...)
    25 February 2009
     
  • Johannesburg, 22 February 2009 – Following the detention of South African Airways (SAA) crew members at Heathrow International Airport earlier this week, SAA formed a special task team including representatives from the airline, Airports Company SA (Acsa), customs and the South African Police Service (SAPS).
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    24 February 2009
     
  • The skyline to the north of Durban has certainly changed forever with the new airport construction now very visible.The construction team has been back almost 2months now and the site has already changed shape and looking more and more like the airport (Read more...)
    23 February 2009
     
  • In line with the five-year Permission that was promulgated by the Regulating Committee for Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) in June 2007, ACSA today announced passenger and airline tariffs adjustments for the 2009/10 financial year. (Read more...)
    04 February 2009
     
  • Fitch Ratings has affirmed Airports Company South Africa Limited (ACSA)’s Short-term rating at ‘F1+(zaf)’ but regrettably downgraded the National Long-term rating from ‘AA(zaf)’ to ‘AA-(zaf)’. The Outlook for the National Long-term rating and Short-term rating remains Stable.
     (Read more...)
    04 February 2009
     

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