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Acsa appoints new GM for 6 regional airports

May 24 2016 16:28

Johannesburg – Airports Company SA (Acsa) has appointed Jabulani Khambule as general manager to lead its six regional airports.

Khambule started his career at O.R. Tambo International Airport as a retail consultant in 2002. Over the past 14 years, he moved through the ranks, most recently having held the position of retail manager and acting general manager of O.R. Tambo International Airport in 2014.

The six regional airports that Khambule now manages are Port Elizabeth International, Bram Fischer International in Bloemfontein, Upington International, East London, George and Kimberley Airports.

"The experience and exposure I acquired at O.R. Tambo International Airport have paved my journey. I believe that my involvement in retail management coupled with operations management will enable me to add great value to the business, as the team and I strive to provide a holistic offering to our passengers, stakeholders and business partners,” said Khambule.

In his new position Khambule is also part of Acsa’s executive committee.

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