By Nthambeleni Gabara
Johannesburg - With more than half of the teams and their fans already in the country, the Airport Company South Africa (ACSA) recently issued travel tips to air travellers during the World Cup.
ACSA Group Communications Manager, Solomon Makgale said: "This is crunch time as we expect the greatest volume of visitors through our airports, with the next three weeks being a critical period for everyone involved in our operations."
He said their extensive planning and collaboration with all our stakeholders aims to minimise disruptions due to the increased volumes.
This also involves airport users fully understanding what the airport arrangements are for the duration of the tournament where on certain days the network of ACSA airports will facilitate more than 100 000 passengers a day.
ACSA has raised its operational capabilities and capacity in the areas of security, passenger processing, baggage handling and vehicle traffic control to avoid delays and ensure safe, hassle-free travelling.