Operations room to meet weekly until KZN-Ortia railway line is fixed.
Mozambique will supply the airport with fuel to raise stockpiles.
Airbus has forecast that African airlines will need hundreds of new aircraft.
Ten new freighters on order.
International airlines forced to take expensive detours to fuel up.
Adding muscle to Maersk’s North America landside logistics capabilities.
Pricing strategies compensated for normalisation of e-commerce volumes.
Twice-weekly consolidations out of Hong Kong.
Omicron in Asia, the Russia-Ukraine war, and a challenging operating backdrop have been cited as contributing factors.
Airlines urged to communicate with Acsa rather than resorting to drastic measures such as cancelling flights.
This latest investment aims to modernise logistics infrastructure in Côte d'Ivoire.
It is understood that the current average of available fuel stock will meet demand for three days, well short of the norm of seven days.
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