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  • Cape Town International Airport appointed a consultant to conduct a transport impact assessment on Cape Town International Airport. The anticipated outcome of the study will be a detailed analysis that ensures that adequate access to the Airport does not become a limiting factor for the full development of the Airport (Read more...)
    28 November 2012
  • Following a rigorous and competitive international tender process relating to the award of a third ground handling licence to an operator, Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) today (Tuesday, 15 July 2008) announced that it had awarded the licence to Swissport South Africa. (Read more...)
    25 July 2008
  • The transition in ground handling services to two new companies, BidAir Services and Menzies Aviation, at all ten airports owned and managed by Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) got off to a good start this past weekend. (Read more...)
    03 March 2008
  • Last year ACSA embarked on a tender process with a view of appointing companies that would meet the new service level requirements that ACSA had set. (Read more...)
    18 January 2008
  • As South Africa enjoys a tourism boom, the Gauteng Tourism Authority, (GTA) and airport company, ACSA, are to sign a memorandum of understanding (MOU) aimed at advancing access to tourism information at the O.R. Tambo International airport. (ORTIA) (Read more...)
    03 November 2006
  • Following public announcement by the Government of India regarding the outcome of the tender for the modernisation of India’s two main airports in Mumbai and Delhi, the GVK –SA consortium is delighted to confirm that they have been officially informed that they are winners of the Mumbai International Airport bid.  (Read more...)
    13 February 2006
  • Although accounting for about 4% of global air passenger traffic and less than 2% of air cargo traffic with virtually underdeveloped domestic air travel markets and lack of economic resources for infrastructure development, African air transportation has a strong underlying growth potential.

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    03 June 2004
  • Airports Company South Africa (ACSA), the National African Federated Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Nafcoc) Gauteng and the International Trade Bureau (ITB) today announced the development of an international trade and exhibition centre on the doorstep of the international arrivals terminal at O.R. Tambo International Airport (ORTIA). (Read more...)
    11 February 2004
  • The National Ministry of Transport has announced that it was reviewing its aviation policy to create a more flexible environment so as to meet the needs of the tourism industry -- particularly in the Western Cape.
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    01 October 2003
  • The government, airline and tourism stakeholders committed themselves to cooperate in the goal of boosting tourist numbers to Cape Town at the first day of the two-day ACSA Airline Destination Workshop at the Cape Town International Convention Centre today.

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    26 September 2003

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