Acsa ‘ready for take-off’ on June 1

The Airports Company of SA (Acsa) is preparing for the resumption of domestic air travel under lockdown alert level 3 and will have the country’s three major airports ready for flights on June 1.

Acsa chief executive Nompumelelo Mpofu presented the organisation’s proposals for new post-Covid-19 operating procedures at the country’s airports to the Parliamentary portfolio committee on transport on Monday.

“We are ready to implement level 3 primarily in the three big airports (Durban, Joburg and Cape Town) on June 1, and further work is to be done with the Department of Transport around the specifics,” she said.

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