SA Express says it's on the right track despite suspensions

2019-09-05 19:10

Struggling domestic and regional carrier SA Express is confident that it is making progress stabilising its business, following the recent grounding of its aircrafts over debt.

Tshwane's 'unlawful' reappointment of airport managers threatens to ground Wonderboom

2019-08-18 09:38

Still reeling from a damning R5bn irregular expenditure finding from the Auditor General, the City of Tshwane has reappointed a service provider to run the Wonderboom National Airport in spite of warnings by its legal and supply chain management departments.

No more airports just for the sake of it - ACSA exec

2019-04-28 13:07

Gone are the days of Airports Company SA providing infrastructure just for the sake of it, its chief operating officer said on Friday.

5 questions: Safair CEO on why it is possible for an airline to be profitable in SA

2019-01-20 15:06

Safair CEO Elmar Conradie shares some views on the aviation industry in SA - especially in the low-cost sector where Flysafair operates.

WATCH: OR Tambo Airport baggage handler suspended after being caught flinging suitcases onto floor

2019-01-10 16:21

The OR Tambo International Airport baggage handler who was caught on camera carelessly flinging suitcases from the carousel onto the floor has been suspended.

The Sunday Read: Why acting CEO says ACSA is on the up despite falling revenue

2018-12-30 09:01

The board of Airports Company SA has appointed Bongiwe Mbomvu as acting CEO with the mandate "to ensure stability and effective operations of the company".

UPDATE: Booze and bogus invoices: How Transnet treasurer worked as inside man for private firm

2018-10-25 08:51

For at least six years, Phetolo Ramosebudi - former group treasurer at Airports Company South Africa, South African Airways and now at Transnet - was the 'inside man' for controversial financial services firm Regiments Capital.

Address unconscious bias in SA aviation industry - ACSA exec

2018-09-01 07:00

The under-representation of women in aviation must be addressed, says an ACSA executive - and the issue prompted a gender summit on the topic.

We will not be influenced by threats on airport name change - ACSA

2018-06-05 14:02

ACSA says decisions will not be made based on "who shouted the loudest" at the public meeting.

The 5 requirements before Cape Town's airport can be renamed

2018-06-04 06:24

There's an important deadline this week.


SA Express free to fly after it paid some of its debt

2019-08-30 14:41

Airports Company South Africa has lifted the suspension of SA Express after the airline made a 'partial payment' of its debt.

'Airport city' key for economic future - CT airport manager

2019-04-28 16:01

It is said that in future it will not be countries that will compete with each other, but cities and that is why it is so important to create air access, says the general manager of Cape Town International Airport.

Other businesses also want in on Fireblade deal, says Home Affairs minister

2019-02-19 12:42

Home Affairs minister Siyabonga Cwele has told Parliament's portfolio committee on home affairs that more businesses have come forward wanting to offer private airport terminal services similar to those of Fireblade.

3 alleged drug mules nabbed at OR Tambo Airport

2019-01-13 13:05

Three international travellers have been arrested at OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg for allegedly smuggling drugs, according to police.

5 questions: Acting Acsa CEO on transformation, governance and key business challenges

2018-12-30 15:21

Airports Company SA facilitates the air travel of about 41 million passengers a year. Fin24 spoke to the new acting CEO, Bongiwe Mbomvu.

ACSA appoints acting CEO

2018-11-29 17:49

The board of Airports Company South Africa has appointed an acting CEO while it looks for a replacement for Bongani Maseko who completes his term at the end of November.

ACSA revenue, profit tanks following tariff reduction

2018-09-27 17:38

ACSA reported a 20% decrease in revenue and a 58% decrease in profits for the year ended March 31, 2018 following a substantial cut in fees.

EFF hits out at ANC over airport name change proposals

2018-06-06 15:02

The EFF says the proposals prove the party's point that the ANC cried "crocodile tears" at Winnie Madikizela-Mandela's funeral.

Public participation meeting to be held over Cape Town International Airport name change

2018-06-04 07:21

Airports Company SA is expected to host a public participation meeting on Monday evening over a potential name change to the Cape Town International Airport.

ACSA down to 3-member board as corporate governance plagues SOE

2018-06-01 11:41

ACSA is run by a three-member board as Transport Minister Blade Nzimande has vowed to focus on restoring corporate governance at the entity.

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