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The ACSA Has Released An Official Statement To The Public

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.

Acsa demands the Transnet railroad lines were vigorously impacted by the floods driving them to track down elective approaches to moving fuel from the coast into Johannesburg.

Bunch leader for activities the executives Terence Delomaney said they are chipping away at emergency courses of action.

"So Transnet has demonstrated that the rail line, or some portion of the rail line will be fixed by 9 June, So we're sitting now three weeks from that, so we're anticipating that date, and the rail line will be totally fixed by October." Said Delomaney.

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ACSA Airports Company South Africa Terence Delomaney The Sunday Times


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