Cape Town International scoops three prestigious World Airport Awards

2022/06/18 10:36:00

The Cape Town International was voted the best in Africa for the 7th time in a row at the World Airport Awards.

Cape Town International scoops three prestigious World Airport Awards The Cape Town International was voted the best in Africa for the 7th time in a row at the World Airport Awards.

The Cape Town International was voted the best in Africa for the 7th time in a row at the World Airport Awards.

by.on June 17, 2022 Cape Town International Airport has done it again, snagging the top spot for the seventh year in a row.by.CAPE TOWN - The City of Cape Town said residents were partially to blame for flooding in their areas.

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