Airports Company SA
Airports Company South Africa SOC Ltd (ACSA) owns and manages a network of nine airports in South Africa, including the three main international gateways of O.R. Tambo International, Cape Town International and King Shaka International Airports.
The Company is involved in equity investments abroad and provides technical advisory and consultancy services to other airports globally. The majority shareholder is the South African Government (74.6%).
In line with the South African Government’s objectives, ACSA focuses on creating sustainable value that positively impacts the business, the people and society, and the environment over the short, medium and long term.
As a State-owned company, Airports Company South Africa has a greater mandate than simply delivering profitability for its shareholders. ACSA is mandated to advance South Africa’s national agenda of economic growth and development while delivering a sustainably profitable business.
As a South African business, they are committed to achieving transformation by providing development opportunities for previously disadvantaged people. The company strives to fulfil this mandate by conducting their business in an ethical manner that enables inclusive growth and creates sustainable value for all their stakeholders.
ACSA has a three-pillar strategy, namely to Run airports, Develop airports and Grow their footprint which is supported by its Sustainability Framework. Each of these elements are aligned to their mission, vision and objectives.
Airports Company South Africa is a significant enabler of economic growth, transformation and socio-economic development.