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Airports Company of SA faces massive losses due to COVID-19

The Airports Company of South Africa (ACSA) is facing net losses of R5 billion between now and 2023 as the coronavirus pandemic slashes its...

South African airports group ACSA gets new funding, shelves projects

South Africa’s state-controlled airports company ACSA has signed a new 3 billion rand loan with domestic banks and shelved major projects to shore up...

Vapor Wake detection dogs securing South Africa’s airports

Vapor Wake mobile explosive detection dogs are being used to secure all nine of South Africa’s major airports on behalf of the Airports Company...

ACSA to smarten boarding process

Airports Company SA (ACSA) is moving ahead with its strategy towards becoming a digital business and is now planning to introduce e-gates...

Multi-million Rand upgrade for Cape Town International Airport cargo division

A just completed R18 million upgrade will ensure "smooth operation in the collection and delivery of cargo" at Cape Town International Airport. Each...

Parliamentary Question: dst: Airports Company of SA tariffs

Mr S B Farrow (DA) asked the Minister of Transport: (1) What criteria are used to determine the airport tariffs levied by the Airports...

ACSA reports R220 million loss

The Airports Company of South Africa has made a R220 million loss over the 2011 financial year, after recording a R901 million...

Pilfering at OR Tambo “is out of control again”

Large-scale pilfering from baggage at the OR Tambo International Airport was "out of control" and threatened the country's tourism industry as measures...

DoT to jig aviation industry oversight

The Department of Transport will over the next six months embark on an intensive and accelerated programme aimed at addressing all the...

No ash delays expected this week

Volcanic ash over South Africa is not likely to cause further air travel disruption this week, although backlogs could cause delays, the...


SANDF youth employment commitment increasingly hamstrung

With an official youth unemployment rate of 46% for the first quarter of 2021, it’s not surprising two published pieces about military recruitment on...