Cape Town Airport Deals with Jet Fuel Shortage

DALLAS – Due to the delayed arrival of jet fuel supplies, Cape Town International Airport (CPT) has been forced to ration available fuel. The move has had an impact on flight schedules, risking further complications should emergency stocks deplete before the next fuel shipment arrives.

In response to sluggish delivery times from its supplier, CPT began to experience additional delays in acquiring jet fuel, according to a statement from Airports Company South Africa (ACSA). The statement says that choppy seas have delayed the shipment of fuel by maritime vessels.

According to Mark Mclean, a regional general manager at the airport, the read more ⇒

Source:: “Airways Magazine”

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