Air travel, but specifically
domestic air travel, is on the increase in South Africa,
with King Shaka International in Durban and Cape Town
International leading the charge.
Company South Africa (Acsa) has released its Quarter 3
Aviation Barometer for the period between July to
September 2017 ¡V indicating the current air travel
trends in SA.
The Barometer is based on the count of passengers using
the network of nine airports owned and managed by Acsa ,
with some 2,5 million arriving and departing passengers,
resulting in a 5% increase in the third quarter.
Overall, King Shaka International Airport saw the
biggest growth at 7,9%, while Cape Town International
Airport saw an equally healthy 6,6%.
Acsa reports both airports saw good uptake in domestic
travel at 8,7% and 8,3% increase, respectively. ¡V