Airports Company South Africa has launched a campaign calling for public comments and proposals by 6 June for the renaming of four national and international airports in South Africa. The airports are Cape Town International Airport, East London Airport, Port Elizabeth International Airport and Kimberley Airport.
Their renaming is part of government’s Transformation of Heritage Landscape programme.
Proposals and comments should be sent to Airports Company South Africa by close of business on Wednesday 6 June.
Proposals and comments may be sent by e-mail to Corporate.Affairs@airports.co.za or hand-delivered to the Airports Company South Africa office at the nearest airport.