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  • Airports Company South Africa, Cape Town International Airport will once again facilitate the Haj delegation leaving for Mecca. In the months of August and September, about 800 pilgrims will use the airport for domestic and international travel. The first movements will begin on Friday, 14 August 2015. (Read more...)
    13 August 2015
  • 8 July 2015 – Airports Company South Africa’s East London Airport can confirm the incident where a civilian, light aircraft had to conduct an emergency landing on the runway at approximately 10h33. The airport’s emergency services responded immediately. (Read more...)
    08 July 2015
  • Johannesburg, 6 February 2014 – Over the past seven years, Airports Company South Africa has made significant improvements to support, coordinate and oversee baggage handling operations across its network of airports (Read more...)
    07 February 2014
  • O.R. Tambo International is in the process of rehabilitating certain areas within the airport. (Read more...)
    28 March 2013
  • 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
  • It was much fanfare at Africa’s biggest and busiest airport when President Jacob Zuma officially opened the new Central Terminal Building (CTB) at O.R. Tambo International Airport on 20 April 2010.  (Read more...)
    28 April 2010
  • The name for the new international airport at La Mercy is now called: King Shaka International Airport. This has been made public via the government gazette: Publication of Official Geographical Names: Department of Arts and Culture, Minister L. Xingwana 6 No. 32898 GOVERNMENT GAZETTE, 29TH JANUARY 2010 No. 24 Line 13 (Read more...)
    17 February 2010
  • As the time marches on towards the completion of all major infrastructure in the country before the FIFA 2010 World Cup, it is obvious that plans are in place to ensure all projects are ready. The same can be said of the completion of the new airport at La Mercy, as all areas of the project are taking great shape. (Read more...)
    27 August 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
  • 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

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