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Lanseria Airport gears up to offer the first real challenge to ACSA in Johannesburg

South Africa's Lanseria International Airport’s newly published five-year plan calls for expansion including the extension of its runway to accommodate A300s and B767s and the construction of a new passenger terminal and hotel. The LCC 1Time will soon join rival kulula.com there, ending kulula’s scheduled service monopoly. The end result, together with the experience the Lanseria management accrued with private jets during the World Cup, is some real opposition for the first time in the Johannesburg area to ACSA’s O R Tambo Airport.

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