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Johannesburg Oliver R Tambo International Airport

Owned and operated by the Airports Company South Africa, OR Tambo International Airport is the principle international and domestic gateway to the city of Johannesburg. OR Tambo International is the busiest airport in South Africa and ranks among the busiest airports in Africa. Hosting domestic, regional and international services for over 35 airlines, the airport is the main hub for South African Airways.

Location of Johannesburg Oliver R Tambo International Airport, Republic of South Africa

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South African Airways Part 2: SAA & Mango plan short-haul expansion as LCC competition intensifies

30-Jun-2015 9:42 AM

The South African Airways (SAA) Group is planning to pursue further growth in the domestic and regional international markets as competition intensifies. SAA mainline aims to grow regional international revenues by 30% in the current fiscal year while its predominately domestic budget subsidiary Mango plans to grow capacity by about 20%.

The group at least for now plans to continue relying on its full service brand in the short-haul international market despite growing competition from LCCs. African LCC groups flyafrica.com and fastjet now compete against SAA on some of its most lucrative routes and are aiming to launch several more routes to South Africa.

Competition has intensified even more significantly in South Africa’s domestic market as new LCCs FlySafair and Skywise have launched, breaking the duopoly of SAA and rival airline group Comair. Mango is responding by adding two more 737-800s, which will be used primarily to add domestic capacity.

South African Airways continues push into Central Africa

6-Feb-2012 9:40 AM

Alongside the launch last week of non-stop service to Beijing, South African Airways (SAA) has been working on improving its connections in Africa, and has recently launched service to three Central African destinations: Pointe Noire in the Republic of the Congo, Kigali in Rwanda and Bujumbura in Burundi. This follows expansion last year into Ndola, Zambia.

Comair net profit up but external factors make for a cautious outlook

29-Nov-2011 12:12 PM

British Airways franchisee Comair reported a strong net profit for the year ended 30-Jun-2011, however external factors are expected to create a challenging environment ahead. The South African carrier reported a slightly smaller operating profit for the year and the second lowest operating profit in the past six years. FY2010 saw a strong operating profit due to the 2010 FIFA Football World Cup, which gave most South African carriers a temporary boost. The effects of this period however have been cut short by the rising cost of fuel, increase in ACSA tariffs and general economic conditions. FY2012 is expected to be a challenging period for Comair and it has suspended any significant growth plans in anticipation of this. Comair is still implementing its fleet renewal programme, which will see it and its wholly-owned low cost subsidiary Kulula operate a fleet of next generation B737s.

The development of Lanseria Airport - a secondary airport servicing Johannesburg - as a regional hub is progressing for both Comair brands, but particularly for Kulula. While the carrier is readying itself for tough operating conditions ahead, its new hub is set to benefit from high investment, construction projects and increased capacity.

South African Airways profit increases as nation's smaller carriers Comair and 1time post losses

24-Sep-2011 12:28 PM

South Africa has become a competitive domestic air market, which is taking its toll on the LCC segment in particular. The country’s largest and only long-haul carrier, South African Airways, increased its profit as its restructuring continues. But it joined rivals Comair, whose profit decreased, and loss-making carrier 1time in a cautious outlook owing to increased airport charges as well as the global threat of high fuel. Despite the turbulent times, newcomer Santaco Airlines hopes to launch this year and avoid airports with high fees.

Airport investment prospects in CIVETS countries – Republic of South Africa

7-Jul-2011 3:56 PM

There's "BRIC" and "N11" and now CIVETS, a disparate collection of countries (Colombia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Egypt, Turkey and South Africa) that are all dynamic emerging economies with inflation under control and sophisticated financial systems with an absence of "sovereign debt bombs". In addition they have youthful populations. They also share common problems that could influence airport investors adversely, such as unemployment and corruption. In the final report in this series, we analyse South Africa.

Airports Company South Africa's traffic on the rise: three busiest airports perform strongly

7-Jun-2011 10:30 AM

Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) reported an overall traffic increase for Apr-2011 for Cape Town International Airport, Durban King Shaka International Airport and Johannesburg Oliver R Tambo International Airport. The three busiest airports in Africa all showed an increase of at least 5% on Apr-2010, with the self-described “hub of southern Africa”, Johannesburg OR Tambo, increasing its traffic from a year ago by 8.1% passengers. All three airports have shown month-on-month increases since 2009.

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