Upgrades planned for Cape Town International Airport in South Africa

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Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) is planning a number of upgrades for the international and domestic terminals at Cape Town International Airport in South Africa.

The plans form part of ACSA’s new operating model which is intended to re-energize its business and improve airports in the region, according to a report by news site traveller24,

The R7.7bn (US$648m) investment program was unveiled by spokesperson Collin Naidoo speaking at Indaba 2015, a South African based marketing and tourism event. He also revealed that the project would look at realigning the airport’s runway and would be completed in the space of three years.

To read more from the report by traveller24 click here.

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