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runway-plans ACSA Airport

ACSA plans to realign its main runway at the Cape Town International Airport

ACSA (The Airports Company of SA) is planning to realign the runway at Cape Town International Airport to make room for larger aircraft.


FUTURE CAPE TOWN | Mexico City’s New Airport

The competition winning design for the new international airport at Mexico City by Foster + Partners, FR-EE (Fernando Romero Enterprise) and NACO (Netherlands Airport Consultants) .

Cape Town Internation Airport Runway 2

Cape Town Airport Rail link back on the cards

Is the Cape Town Airport rail link back on the cards after almost 5 years of speculation?

#TransportMonth: Part 2 of Czech Saga

Continued: Robert Bowen’s e-mail to his Dad from his time traveling in Europe
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#TransportMonth from Shanghai: Life at over 300km/h!

by Rashiq Fataar

I would not advise sleeping two hours before departing one city for another, especially when trying out a new route to Pudong Airport in Shanghai. I insisted that at some point in time we used the Magnificent Maglev. The mission was therefore simple. Wake up early enough to take the Metro, using […]

Metrorail new

Cape Town Airport Rail link attracts global attention

THE Passenger Rail Agency of SA (Prasa), which operates Metrorail and Shosholoza Meyl, has attracted “a lot of attention” from international investors in two of its multibillion-rand projects showcased in Cape Town

Cruise Facilities in Cape Town: Experiences of a traveller

A recent report, “Cruise Liner Study for Southern Africa” commissioned by the National Cruise Liner Steering Committee notes that for Cape Town, the “immediate challenge is to improve visitor reception especially in the Table Bay Harbour and ensuring that smaller ships that are moored in the V&A Harbour receive a pleasant reception in the Mother […]