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Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) operates this country’s ten principal airports, including O.R. Tambo International Airport (ORTIA) in Johannesburg as well as Cape Town and Durban International Airports.

ACSA is the largest airports authority in Africa. Together, our airports handle more than 200,000 aircraft landings and 23 million arriving and departing passengers annually.

Corporate Social Investment
ACSA is deeply committed to building South Africa as a nation, and views corporate social investment (CSI) as vital.
ACSA’s social investment is based on empowering local communities, particularly those surrounding ACSA’s airports, and marginalised groups in South Africa.

About ACSA

Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) operates this country’s ten principal airports, providing airlines with world-class, secure infrastructure


Financial information
Our vision is to be a world-leading airport business. We will strive for excellence in all our business undertakings and continue to grow and diversify in an environment of rapidly changing markets, macro economic challenges and a volatile airline/aviation industry.

ACSA and the environment

ACSA is committed to preserving our environment for the benefit of future generations.Our concern with the environment goes to the heart of our focus on sustainability.

Business highlights
Blaauwpan Dam cleanup

Blaauwpan Dam clean
Jet A1 fuel was spilled on 06 November 2006 at O R Tambo International Airport. Read more about Project Blaauwpan Dam....more

Exiting developments at ORTIA
Flight and passenger numbers are due to soar at O.R. Tambo International Airport during the 2010 World Cup....more

New rules that restrict the amount of Liquids, Aerosols and Gels (LAGs) that passengers may take on board in their hand luggage on international flights....more