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Cape Town International Airport named ‘Africa’s Leading Airport’

Posted 3 June 2019 · Add Comment

Cape Town International Airport (CTIA) was named Africa’s Leading Airport for the third consecutive year at the 26th World Travel Awards Africa & Indian Ocean Gala Ceremony 2019.

The gala awards ceremony was attended by senior executives from major travel companies, operators and destinations and representative of CTIA, Deidre Davids, senior manager, corporate affairs, CTIA was in Mauritius to receive the award on behalf of the airport.

“Once again Cape Town International Airport is honoured to receive this esteemed industry award. The World Travel Awards are globally recognized as the ultimate independently assessed travel accolade, so being named Africa’s Leading Airport for the third consecutive year is both a testament to the ongoing hard work and commitment to excellence demonstrated by all staff at this airport.  This award is also viewed as a challenge for us not to rest on our past achievements but to continue to work hard to remain an award-winning airport,” said Cape Town International Airport, general manager, Deon Cloete.

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