Our main objectives, in line with requirements of our shareholders, are to undertake the acquisition, establishment, development, provision, maintenance, management, operation and control of any airport, any part of any airport, or any facility or service at any airport normally related to an airport function.”
Airports Company South Africa’s mandate is derived from the Airports Company Act, No. 44 of 1993, as amended. Our main objectives, in line with requirements of our shareholders, are to undertake the acquisition, establishment, development, provision, maintenance, management, operation and control of any airport, any part of any airport, or any facility or service at any airport normally related to an airport function.
Airports Company South Africa is registered as a Schedule 2 public entity in terms of the PFMA and operates as a state-owned company within the legal framework outlined in the Companies Act, No 71 of 2008.
Our geographical footprint
Airports Company South Africa maintains the following equity investment or technical advisory and consultancy services internationally:
Guarulhos International Airport in São Paulo is an equity investment.
Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport in Mumbai is an equity investment.
Airport technical, advisory and consultancy services
We perform technical advisory and consultancy services at Kotoka International Airport in Accra.
We provide consultancy services and are preparing the new terminal building and associated infrastructure for operations, on behalf of the Liberian Airports Authority.
We provide consultancy services for operational readiness and managed a transfer for the new terminal building at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport in Lusaka.
As part of the technical team in partnership with Aurecon, we provide technical services to the Bugesera Airports Company at Bugesera International Airport in Kigali.
At Oribi Airport, in Pietermaritzburg, we provide services inclusive of development of aerodrome manuals and identification of commercial and operational areas of improvement.
Our South Africa statistics
for departing passengers
|Aircraft landings||Permanent employees||On-time performance1
|1||O.R. Tambo International Airport||10 686 913||14 000 000||109 758||1 253||82,46%||3,97||4,27|
|2||Cape Town International Airport||5 437 295||7 000 000||49 338||571||84,81%||4,07||4,22|
|3||King Shaka International Airport||3 007 573||3 750 000||25 571||447||84,30%||4,18||4,22|
|4||Port Elizabeth International Airport||848 298||1 000 000||22 655||128||85,49%||4,02||4,20|
|5||Bram Fischer International Airport||178 386||300 000||9 440||75||79,91%||4,06||4,20|
|6||Upington International Airport||30 637||50 000||3 579||33||87,60%||4,37||4,20|
||East London Airport||425 402||600 000||12 427||77||82,67%||3,81||4,20|
||George Airport||422 978||450 000||21 509||73||82,72%||4,07||4,20|
||Kimberley Airport||80 782||100 000||4 892||51||86,86%||4,54||4,20|
||Corporate and Regional office||-||-||-||402||-||-||-|
|Total||21 118 264||27 250 000||259 169||3 110||84,09%||3,97||-|