CAPE TOWN- Cape Town International Airport has won the prestigious award for Best African airport for the third straight year.
The announcement was made at the Skytrax World Airport Awards, which was held in Sweden earlier this week.
Cape Town International Award was ranked 21 amongst the worlds best airports in the top 100 list.
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MEC Alan Winde for Western Caoe Economic Opportunities said, “We’re also experiencing great growth through the airlift programme of [Project] Kulisa. We have expanded the number of arrivals coming into Cape Town, with new routes and routes that have expanded.”
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Durban come in second place, Johannesburg come in third, Port Elizabeth eight and Bloemfontein (9) also made the list.
Other spots from the Africa top ten list went to Marrakech (5), Seychelles (7) and Cairo (10).
The awards are handed out after the World Best awards committee conducts a survey where 13.73 million questionnaires completed by over 100 different nationalities of airline customers during the survey period.
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The survey was conducted from August 2017 to February 2018.
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