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Acsa, industry hold talks on jet fuel

Oct 28 2011 08:15
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Johannesburg - Airports Company South Africa (Acsa) held a high-level meeting on Thursday with industry to address the current challenges of Jet A1 fuel at OR Tambo International Airport. 

The constraints are as a result of key Jet A1 suppliers being unable to meet to demand.

"Together with key stakeholders, Acsa is working tirelessly to ensure that fuel supply is retained at optimal levels. Currently the problem is unique to OR Tambo International Airport and will not affect any other Acsa airport," Acsa said.

Acsa will provide updates until this matter has been resolved.

acsa  |  or tambo international airport

 
 
 

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