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Airports Company South African signs MoU with Airports of Thailand Public Company

Posted 19 December 2018 · Add Comment

Airports Company South Africa has signed a sister airports agreement with Airports of Thailand Public Company that will enable the two companies to cooperate and share information.

 

A MoU covering  the  agreement  was  signed  t in Bangkok this week,  creating strategic links  between  O.R.  Tambo International  Airport and the Suvarnabhumi International Airport.

The MoU was signed by Bongiwe Mbomvu, Acting CEO of Airports Company South Africa and Dr Nitinai Sirismatthakarn, president of Airports of Thailand.

The  activities  covered  by  the  memorandum  of  understanding  cover  exchange  of information, joint marketing and promotion, and joint work activities.  

The exchange of information will include statistics on traffic and financial data, and best practices in airport development, operation and management. The two companies will also collaborate in marketing and promoting activities aimed at expanding passenger and air cargo traffic between the two airports.

The memorandum of understanding also provide s for the two airports to exchange staff to facilitate the mutual learning of best practices.

Mbomvu  said: “We  are  excited by  the potential being opened up through this agreement.

“We are proud of the expertise and skills that Airports Company South Africa has developed through projects such as the development of Terminal 3 at Ghana’s Kotoka International Airportand at Brazil’s Guarulhos International Airport ahead of the 2014 World Cup. The company is therefore keen to demonstrate what it has to offer and to  learn from our colleagues in Thailand.”

Mbomvu said that Airports Company South Africa continues to benefit from a similar agreement with Munich Airport that was signed in 2015.

“We have gained much through this structured cooperation that enables the parties to identify where and how they can both benefit.

“The airports business worldwide is undergoing rapid transformation to cope not only with growing passenger numbers but also with demands for extremely high levels of digitisation and automation of services. We believe that this agreement will benefit both parties in striving to stay ahead of market trends,” said Mbomvu.

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