https://ewn.co.za/0001/01/01/acsa-says-fuel-shortages-at-or-tambo-airport-due-to-kzn-floods?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter JOHANNESBURG - Airports Company South Africa has ascribed its fuel supply disappointments at OR Tambo International Airport to the new Kwa-Zulu Natal Floods. The Sunday Times revealed that carriers are spending as much as R1.5 million for every trip to redirect their airplane to different air terminals for refueling as there is a lack at the landmass' greatest air terminal.
Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula says no leisure travel will be allowed under Level 3 lockdown. Mbalula was inspecting the O.R Tambo International Airport this morning after the government announced that some airlines will be permitted to operate under strict measures to curb the spread of Covid-19, the resumption of the flights will rolled out in three phases. “Today’s inspection is not different from the ones we have previously undertaken the resumption of flight operations will also happen under str
The Airports Company of South Africa (Acsa) suspended air traveling amidst #covid19.It is now preparing for the resumption of some domestic flights under the country’s new level 3 lockdown,to keep its doors open and save jobs losses. The Disaster Management Community gave (Acsa) to present a contigency plan to resume operations and They presented this to parliament’s portfolio committee on Transport on Monday (18 May), Acsa proposed that airlines effectively run at 20% – 25% of the domestic travel vol
https://ewn.co.za/2022/05/09/acsa-to-address-concerns-on-jet-fuel-shortage-at-or-tambo-international-airport?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter JOHANNESBURG - Airports Company South Africa (Acsa) is supposed to frame the difficulties of stream fuel worries at OR Tambo International Airport in the midst of worries of a deficiency. Moving fuel from KwaZulu-Natal arrived at emergency point in light of broad harm to ship foundation directly following floods.
Just a month ago things changed drastically in our country from schools shutting down to work places closing down. Traveling from destination to destination has not been easy as well. Whether it's domestic or international flights it's been difficult to travel. For people who stranded in another country they must be going through the most, imagine having to use another countries currency for almost everything it really must be difficult. From having to pay for the accommodation you're staying at as well as
Former Treasurer at Airports Company has refused to answer questions at the State Capture Commission
Former Treasurer at Airports Company, ACSA, Phetolo Ramosebudi, has refused at the State Capture Commission in Johannesburg to answer questions regarding invoices he made to Regiments Capital requesting nearly half a million in payments for work he claimed to have done for Regiments in his personal capacity. "Chairperson, I've been advised by my lawyers not to respond on this one in case I incriminate myself" said Ramosebudi. He joined the South African Airways in 2011.Earlier, Ramosebudi conceded that he