Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) on Friday said that flights at Africa’s Johannesburg O.R.Tambo International Airport (JNB) have not been disrupted by fuel contamination in the airport’s main Jet A1 supply line. ACSA confirmed that “off-specification” fuel in the pipeline between National Petroleum Refiners of SA (NATREF) and JNB had rendered approximately 7 million liters of Jet A1 stored in two tanks unusable. These tanks have been isolated and certified ...

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