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Cape Town and King Shaka airports named ‘Africa’s best’ at Skytrax awards

Posted 28 March 2019 · Add Comment

Airports Company South Africa’s airports serving Cape Town and Durban have been named Africa’s best in the 2019 Skytrax World Airport Awards. The awards were presented to Airports Company South Africa last night at an event in London.

 

Air travellers voted Cape Town International Airport the Best Airport in Africa. This is the fourth year running that Cape Town International Airport secured this award and the Airport has been previously recognised in the Skytrax Awards on multiple occasions.

King Shaka International Airport in Durban won this year’s award for Best Regional Airport in Africa and Best Airport Staff in Africa serving 5-10 million passengers. The airport has also been recognised previously in the Skytrax awards.

Bongiwe Mbomvu, Airports Company South Africa’s Acting CEO said: “We are very proud of Cape Town International Airport and King Shaka International Airport for again achieving top honours. These accolades affirm the dedication and continued efforts of our staff in creating a memorable airport experience for local and international travellers.”

 

 

 

 

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