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  • Johannesburg, South Africa, Sunday 03 August 2014 – The debut landing of the Airbus A350XWB on Saturday afternoon became even more symbolic when an Airports Company South Africa female Marshall Official was at the forefront of ushering the successful landing of the aircraft in celebration of Women’s Month (Read more...)
    03 August 2014
     
  • Cape Town International Airport proposes to realign its runway and construct parallel and rapid exit taxiways (Read more...)
    24 July 2014
     
  • Six business opportunities to operate a retail store at Cape Town International Airport will be put out to tender as of Monday 14 July. These stores will be located in the International departures hall of the airport also known as the Duty Free area. This is the first phase of a three phase series of retail business opportunities being put out to public tender. Opportunities in the Domestic Departures terminal in the Central Terminal Building as well as the International area will come on stream later in the year. (Read more...)
    24 July 2014
     
  • This year the airport is taking 32 matric learners from schools located in the vicinity, along with airport staff volunteers to visit Nelson Mandela Gateway to Robben Island. A heart-felt thanks to Robben Island who partnered with the airport for the educational tour. (Read more...)
    24 July 2014
     
  • Johannesburg, 26 June 2014 - As part of its annual Winter Warmer Campaign, O.R. Tambo International Airport today handed over school shoes to more than 570 deserving learners at Mashemong Primary School in Tembisa.  (Read more...)
    27 June 2014
     
  • Johannesburg, 27 June 2014 – Airports Company South Africa has revealed its integrated transformation programme aimed at showcasing a variety of business opportunities available at the company’s network of airports across the country.

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    27 June 2014
     
  • Get the Airports App free on Android, iOS and selected Blackberry smartphones only – currently not available on the Blackberry Q- or Z-series. (Read more...)
    15 June 2014
     
  • Johannesburg, 12 June 2014 –Airports Company South Africa today unveiled its pioneering free Airports App that will assist passengers to not only easily navigate any of its nine airports but also make all their travel arrangements from the comfort of their smart devices. The company which facilitates close to 35 million passengers a year is constantly seeking ways of enhancing service offerings. (Read more...)
    12 June 2014
     
  • Johannesburg, 6 June 2014 – O.R. Tambo International Airport’s annual Fire and Safety Campaign, in partnership with the South African Police Service (SAPS) will be held at Emlotheni Section in Wattville this Saturday, 7 June 2014. This campaign forms part of the airport’s Winter Warmer programme and aims to highlight fire prevention tips and provide safety education for communities that use fire for cooking and keeping warm. (Read more...)
    06 June 2014
     
  • Airports Company South Africa, Cape Town International Airport is once again improving its service to passengers to ensure that they have a great experience at the airport. The Department of Home Affairs’ passport control area has been relocated and upgraded at a cost of R4.7 million (Read more...)
    15 May 2014
     

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