SKYWISE AIRLINE SUSPENDED FROM OPERATING AT ACSA AIRPORTS.
2 December 2015. Johannesburg. Airports Company South Africa confirms that Skywise Airline has been suspended from operating at ACSA Airports with effect from today, due to unpaid airport charges for landing, take off, parking of aircrafts and related service charges.
The airport charges are levied in accordance with the regulations published in Government Notice 1164 of Government Gazette 38362 of 22 December 2014. These regulations were published pursuant to the provision of section 5(2)(f) of the Airports Company Act (“Airport Charges Regulations”). Regulation 2(4) provides that “The operator shall pay the appropriate charges for the landing, taking-off and parking of an aircraft, as set out in the schedule of charges. The operator shall also pay for any supplies, services or facilities provided to him or to the aircraft at the airport by or on behalf of the Company at the charges determined by the Company”.
The suspension shall be withdrawn as soon as Skywise Airline has made appropriate payments in accordance with the Airport Charges Regulations.