Unic Press UK: Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) has suspended Air Zimbabwe from using any of the airports in South Africa until all arrears – landing fees, fees for taking off and parking of an aircraft, and passenger service charge – are settled.
In a statement Thursday, ACSA said:
“Airports Company South Africa confirms that it has suspended Air Zimbabwe from using its airports with effect from Tuesday 22 October 2019. As a cash client, Air Zimbabwe is required to settle on each Monday the amounts owing for landing fees, parking fees and the passenger service charge for its weekly flights… Air Zimbabwe has not adhered to the cash basis terms for using airports owned by Airports Company South Africa. The company informed Air Zimbabwe by letter on 18 October that it will not be allowed to depart from any of Airports Company South Africa’s nine airports and that the prohibition will remain in place until outstanding amounts are settled.”
ACSA, a profitable state-owned company added that considerable engagement with Air Zimbabwe have not yielded positive results, accusing the airline Air Zimbabwe of not taking seriously a letter dated 18 October 2019