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  • 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
  • O.R. Tambo International is in the process of rehabilitating certain areas within the airport. (Read more...)
    28 March 2013
  • O.R. Tambo International would like to advise airport users of road works on the Upper Roadway at the International Departures Level.  (Read more...)
    04 September 2012
  • Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) has welcomed the lengthy sentences handed down to those responsible for the 2006 O.R. Tambo International Airport robbery in which R100 million was stolen. (Read more...)
    24 July 2012
  • Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) Cape Town International Airport (CTIA) conducted a Central Terminal Building emergency evacuation exercise Saturday 25 June 2011 between 22h00-23h00. The entire procedure took 12 minutes from sounding the alarm to having everyone out of the building which took approximately eight minutes, and another four minutes to get everyone back at their work stations. This exercise included all terminal spaces thus, Domestic and International departures and arrivals.
     (Read more...)
    29 June 2011
  • O.R. Tambo International Airport is currently embarking on a full Scale Emergency simulation exercise.
    The exercise involving a crashed aircraft commenced at 3.30am this morning and includes emergency services from across the province.  (Read more...)
    30 November 2010
  • At 9:55 this morning, 31 October 2010, a 1Time Airline Flight 119 destined for Cape Town with 128 passengers aborted take-off due to an engine failure. (Read more...)
    31 October 2010
  • Airports Company South Africa can confirm that Afriqiyah Airways 8U771 (Airbus A330-200), which left Johannesburg O.R. Tambo International Airport at 21:37 last night (11 May) crashed in Tripoli this morning. (Read more...)
    12 May 2010
  • Flight operations improve

    Following the South African Civil Aviation Authority’s (SACAA) analysis of the friction and macro texture tests performed on the runway at George Airport last week Monday (15 February 2010) at its request, (Read more...)
    23 March 2010
  • By 15h03 this afternoon the exercise, which included participation from agencies such as the South African National Defence Force, the South African Police Services, Disaster Management, Emergency Medical Response, amongst others, stood down.  (Read more...)
    26 February 2010

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