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Old January 21st, 2010, 09:57 PM   #81
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Status report

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Latest update from DTP (source)

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Dube TradePort Construction Hotting Up
04 February 2010

With the dawning of 2010, work on Dube TradePort, including the New International Airport, is rapidly gathering pace ahead of the looming completion deadline.

Progress to date:

Primary Runway, Aprons and Taxiways

All asphalt work on the primary runway, the taxi-ways and apron taxi-lanes is complete. Meanwhile, the testing and commissioning of the runway lights and PAPIs is progressing well and a first test flight for ILS has been undertaken.

Passenger Terminal

Final finishes to the Passenger Terminal’s check-in hall are well advanced, while the baggage-handling system has been completed and commissioned.

In addition, all the air-bridges have been completed and the commissioning of the HVAC system is well underway.

The fitting-out of retail shops in the Passenger Terminal is now being undertaken.

Cargo Terminal

The Cargo Terminal building has been fully completed and commissioned.

Tradehouse

The Tradehouse structure is currently almost complete and is progressing on schedule.

External Works and Roads

The final launch of the N2 high-level bridge was successfully completed and landscaping and the development of park areas are now in the process of being finished.

Bulk Infrastructure

The Nyaninga Reservoir is being developed and will, when complete, be capable of providing a permanent water supply to the area.

The construction of both the south and north treatment work facilities is taking shape and remains on schedule for completion.

Control Tower

The Control Tower has been handed over to ATNS.

Trade Zone

The airport-related radar has been successfully mounted and installed on a tower within the Trade Zone.

Support Zone

All Support Zone roadwork and infrastructure development is presently close to completion.

Multi-storey Parkade

The parkade building is complete.

Fire and Rescue Building

Both the fire and rescue building and foam tank structure are now complete.

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No photo update from them yet, although I will continue to keep an eye out for it. Hopefully they give us internal shots of the passenger terminal!
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Important info on the big DIA to KSIA switchover

Important info on the big DIA to KSIA switchover - a month to go from tomorrow - and that's no April Fool's joke!


On The Move – From Durban International to King Shaka International Airport from April to May 2010
Wednesday, March 31,
31ST MARCH 2010 – one month to go!


As we get close to opening the new King Shaka International Airport (KSIA) on Saturday 1st May 2010 Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) has been fielding many questions from you the public. We do know that you are excited to see this state of the art multi billion rand project but we would like to tell you about some critical information that you the public needs to know. This information will also be issued via radio and print media from now till the opening of King Shaka International Airport.

This historic move will require the co-operation and understanding from the public to assist the airport to ensure the move can be conducted. It is true that this is a huge task that is being undertaken by ACSA and we are appealing to the flying and general public to do all that is possible to make the transition as smooth as ever.

HOW WILL THE MOVE AFFECT YOU

The move from the old DIA to the new KSIA will certainly have certain teething problems and ACSA is very conscious and is doing all that is possible to plan properly. Part of the plan is to minimise the disruption, confusion, inconvenience and problems to the public as we switch over to the new airport. The move cannot be conducted successfully without the assistance, co-operation and tolerance of the public and airport users.

Close the last week of April 2010 there will be some activity on the public roads when we commence moving some heavy and airport related equipment from DIA to KSIA. To do this successfully and minimise inconvenience we will be working closely with the city and Metro Police to conduct these activities. We plan for this to occur during quieter times of the day so that it does not impact too adversely with the public.

At this stage the anticipation towards the move is gaining major momentum and to ensure we have a seamless switch over on 30th April to 1st May 2010, ACSA would like to ensure that you are kept updated on the move. We believe that the media, travel agents, airlines and the public in general have a role to play to ensure a smooth transition to KSIA. At the same time we would like to assure the public that the service levels at DIA while we prepare to move will be maintained to ensure service excellence which will continue at KSIA.

Please note that all KSIA information will be applicable from 1st May 2010:

KING SHAKA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
AIRPORT OPERATING HOURS

05h00 to 22h00 seven days a week
ACSA Administration
08h00 to 16h30 Monday to Friday
ACSA Permit Office
08h00 to 16h00 Monday to Friday

IMPORTANT TELEPHONE NUMBERS


ACSA information (airport) 032-436-6585
Flight information 086-727-7888
Switch Board number: 032-436-6000
Parking Management: 032 436 6626
South African Police Service 032 436 6868
Metered Taxis 032 436 6035

ROAD NETWORK

The airport activity will generate traffic on its roads to and from most areas and it is envisaged that since most people will be using vehicles to gain access to the airport the main access to the airport will be via the N2 Interchange that will lead to and from KSIA. The landside road system at KSIA will serve different categories of traffic, made up of passenger vehicles, airport taxis, limousine services, charter/tour buses, delivery trucks, airline crew buses, etc. The southbound carriageway to the N2 will be tolled by the South African National Roads Agency (SANRAL).

PICK-UP AND DROP-OFF AREAS

The pick-up areas are situated at grade, alongside the piazza, with separate provision for private vehicles and public transport. The drop-off area is situated on the elevated roadway, outside the Departures Hall at the passenger terminal building. The Metro Police will monitor utilization of the drop-off area to ensure that it is not used as a parking area.

PUBLIC TRANSPORT

Public transport facilities have been provided within the precinct and cater for both bus and accredited public transport service providers (i.e. metered taxis, tour buses/shuttles, coaches and staff shuttles)

PEDESTRIAN CIRCULATION

Pedestrian movement within the development area is catered for through the provision of sidewalks where significant numbers of pedestrians are anticipated. A conscious effort has been made to minimize conflict between pedestrians and vehicles through the development of a ‘pedestrian sensitive’ traffic routing plan. Where conflicts are large and unavoidable, grade separation of vehicle and pedestrian movements has been provided to segregate buses and taxi traffic from private vehicle traffic to increase capacity.

COME EARLY

Due to the fact that it is a new airport ACSA believes that users will need to familiarise themselves with the facility. We are appealing to users to come at least an hour and a half before for a domestic departure flight out of Durban so that they have adequate time to get through traffic and conduct all airport activities when at the airport.

We are also encouraging airport users to come at least two hours and a half before for an international flight out of Durban on Emirates and Mauritius who fly directly out of Durban.

1Help AGENTS

To assist passengers and it being a brand new facility ACSA will have iHelp Agents placed strategically within the airport who will assist you with information, directions and hand out useful leaflets from 1st May 2010. Please look out for them as they will have dressed in a t/shirt that will say,” HOW CAN I HELP YOU”.

CAR RENTALS

Avis
Budget
Europcar
Tempest
1st Car/Sixt
Hertz
Easy Hire
Capital

PARKING ZONES AND BAYS

Open parking (shaded) 3 000
Multi-storey parkade 1 540
Accredited Metered taxi bays 25
Coach/bus bays 10
Staff parking (shaded) 820
Bus staging 20
Car rental 750
Elevated road 50

AIRLINES AT KSIA

Domestic

1time airline
BA Comair
Kulula Air
Interlink Airlines
mango airlines
SA Airlink
SA Express
South African Airways

International

Emirates Airlines
Air Mauritius

OPERATIONAL READINESS AND AIRPORT RELOCATION PROGRAM
The Operational Readiness and Airport Relocation (ORAT) program is well in advance and works in tandem to the construction program. The teams working on ORAT have been working through the various work streams to ensure the airport, facilities and services are 100% ready to operate the airport on 1st May 2010. Part of the ORAT is the familiarization and trial operations programs that the team had to ensure were completed before the opening of the airport. These programs are well underway and will be completed by 22nd April 2010.

SWITCH OVER FROM DIA TO KSIA
WHAT WILL HAPPEN ON 30th April 2010

The flights scheduled for 30th April 2010 will be facilitated as normal until the last flight. Once the last passengers have been facilitated out of Durban International Airport (DIA) the aircraft, that usually stay overnight and depart the next morning, will be ferried empty that same night to KSIA to prepare for the 1st flight on 1st May 2010 from KSIA.

WHAT WILL HAPPEN ON 1st May 2010

The 1st flight departing and landing will be facilitated at King Shaka International Airport. With 1st May 2010 being a relatively quiet operational day at the airport, ACSA maintains that all areas of service and facilitation will be in place to accommodate passengers and airport users.

MY CAR WAS LEFT AT DIA BEFORE 30th April 2010

All vehicles that will be parked between the last week of April over to the 1st week of May 2010 due to unforeseen circumstances, will remain at the DIA site. When the owners arrive back at KSIA during the 1st week of May, they will be shuttled from KSIA to DIA for their vehicles. They will need to show their parking ticket as proof and will be assisted by the Parking staff when they arrive at KSIA

COST FOR SHUTTLES

As we understand that it will be a reality that some cars will be parked over the switchover period and ACSA will cover the cost of shuttling airport users affected only for from 1st May to 6th May 2010.

GET A LIFT

We are encouraging all airport users to look at alternative transport arrangement from 26th to 30th April 2010 as we would like to minimise the number of vehicles left in the public car parks during the switch over period of 30th April and 1st May 2010.

RETURNING A RENTAL CAR

If you hired a rental car before the switchover you will have to return that car at KSIA. When you come back to KSIA to return your rental car you will see the signage for “car rental returns” that will lead you to the car rental.

GENERAL
FUTURE OF DIA SITE

After the last flight out of DIA, the airport will cease all commercial aviation activity. The facility will be handed over to the SA Air Force (SAAF) for the duration of the soccer world cup and thereafter it will be decommissioned. During the soccer world cup there will be no commercial aviation activity at DIA as it will all be relocated to KSIA from 1st May 2010.

TOLL

The SA Roads Agency (SANRAL) will be developing a toll near the airport when the airport is opened. It will mean that travellers coming to the airport from the south will not pay a toll but will pay a toll when you leave the airport going south on the N2.

STAFF TRANSPORT

Through its research ACSA has established that many of the current staff do reside on the south and central areas around the airport. It is for this reason that ACSA embarked on a process that will allow staff from all companies at DIA who will be relocating to KSIA, an opportunity to transport their staff to their new place of work. ACSA and the airport community is far with negotiations with a transport company that will be responsible for transporting airport staff from the old DIA to KSIA from 1st May 2010 for possibly a year. This is being conducted to ensure that our airport staff are able to report on time for work.

DEDICATED PUBLIC TRANSPORT ROUTES

ACSA is currently negotiating with the eThekwini Municipality regarding dedicated transport routes that will allow airport staff to use dedicated routes and possibly dedicated public transport to and from KSIA.

DISTANCES FROM DIA TO KSIA

The approximate distance from DIA to KSIA is about 60kms and the distance from the city centre to KSIA is about 35kms. This will give users an idea to plan their trip to KSIA.

ROAD SIGNAGE

The process to replace the road signage to KSIA has commenced and soon the public will see the new signs for directions to KSIA on the national and municipal roads leading to KSIA.

QUERIES AND QUESTIONS

If the public requires more information please go to www.airports.co.za go to “contact us” or the ACSA switch board on 031 451 6666 till 30th April 2010

http://www.acsa.co.za/home.asp?pid=9...=2&itemid=6740
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Old April 22nd, 2010, 10:34 PM   #86
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Zuma to unveil King Shaka airport statue

April 22 2010 at 01:15PM
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By Suren Naidoo

A statue of King Shaka - believed to be about 3m tall - is set to be unveiled by President Jacob Zuma at the official opening of KwaZulu-Natal's new R8 billion King Shaka International Airport and Dube TradePort on May 8.

The project has been kept under wraps but sources close to the airport development told The Mercury last week that world-famous local sculptor Andries Botha had been commissioned to make the statue. They could not speak on the record because of "protocol", as the statue was a provincially driven project.

It would be placed in the landscaped piazza area in front of the King Shaka International Airport passenger terminal entrance. Zuma would unveil the statue as part of a spectacular official opening ceremony - a week after the low-key May 1 operational opening of the airport.

There were ambitious plans to try to get Emirates Airlines to fly one of its giant new Airbus A380 aircraft into King Shaka International Airport as part of a publicity stunt to showcase the airport's capabilities. But sources said Emirates could not secure its A380 availability for the official opening day. SAA could instead land one of its 747s and the SA National Defence Force a signature fly-past of its helicopters bearing South African flags for the opening.

Airports Company of South Africa (Acsa) and Dube TradePort officials are remaining tight-lipped about the festivities around the official opening. However, the May 8 date strategically coincides with the opening day of Indaba - Africa's biggest annual tourism trade show at Durban's International Convention Centre.

Indaba attracts more than 12 000 local and international tourism industry professionals and members of the media, many of whom will be flying into King Shaka International Airport for the first time. The timing of the official opening during Indaba will be a valuable marketing opportunity for the state-of-the-art airport, with provincial government and tourism bosses trying to secure more international flights for the new facility.

In his provincial department budget speech last week, MEC of Economic Development and Tourism Mike Mabuyakhulu confirmed that President Zuma would officially open King Shaka International on Saturday, May 8.

Questioned about the King Shaka statue and the airport?s official opening celebrations, Mabuyakhulu's spokesman, Bheko Madlala, promised that it would be spectacular.

"It is all under wraps. I cannot talk about elements of the opening, but I can say that President Zuma will be there and we're planning a spectacular official opening," he said.

"This is going to be a major milestone for KZN, as King Shaka International is the biggest single government-driven infrastructure project in the province's history," added Madlala.

Acsa's King Shaka International general manager Terence Delomony said last week that the new airport was fully operationally ready for the opening on May 1.

He was speaking after the successful final and largest passenger trial at the airport, involving some 700 "fake passengers" as part of the facility's Operational Readiness and Transfer from Durban International Airport.

Delomony said most staff from Durban International would start working at King Shaka International from this week as part of preparations. Acsa was bringing in staff from its other airports around the country to work at Durban International during the two-week transition period.

"We therefore ask for the public and business people using the airports to bear with us during this period. Naturally, there could be some hiccups, but we are doing everything possible to ensure a seamless move," he said.

Sean van der Valk, Acsa's project manager for the airport development, said King Shaka International Airport was more than 99 percent complete.

"It is operationally ready. There is just some landscaping, final touches and fitting out of the retail stores at the airport currently. It will be ready by May 1," he said.

Source: http://www.iol.co.za/index.php?set_i...0&singlepage=1
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First flight lands at new (King Shaka) airport as Durban pilot comes full circle
Suren Naidoo
A DURBAN pilot landed a giant South African Airways Airbus A340-600 at the new King Shaka International Airport yesterday in an emotionally charged and historic moment.
As flight SA3501 touched down, with Captain John Herselman at the controls, the passengers, more than 100 of them, broke into applause and high-fives. It was a perfect landing for Herselman and his co-pilot, Captain Les Wahl, in the first passenger flight into the airport.
The trip from Joburg’s OR Tambo airport was orchestrated by SAA, the Airports Company of South Africa (Acsa) and the Civil Aviation Authority as a test of the new airport before its opening tomorrow. Lucky passengers aboard the flight included Acsa chief Monhla Hlahla, aviation industry bosses and media.
As Herselman flew north over Durban, he pointed out landmarks including the harbour and Moses Mabhida Stadium. With spectacular views of the Indian Ocean and rolling green sugar cane fields in sight as he approached the runway, three air force helicopters could be seen in the distance, escorting the plane in.
It landed and was sprayed by water cannon, forming a ceremonial “water curtain” as it taxied towards the gleaming new terminal building.
Herselman said: “Welcome to King Shaka International Airport (KSIA). You are privileged to be the first passengers to land at this magnificent new world-class airport. You are a part of history.
“Wow, what a moment for KZN and South Africa. After all the wars, we have finally landed at King Shaka International,” said Hlahla.
She was referring to the airport development’s being one of the most contentious infrastructure projects in South African history, having been dogged by delays and spats since the idea for it was first mooted in the 1970s.
“I am happy. You have to understand that everything about this project has been a challenge, including very tight deadlines to have it ready ahead of the World Cup. It’s a culmination of dogged determination and a huge amount of hard work for everyone involved,” she said.
“Today’s test is a major milestone and proves KSIA’s state of readiness. The purpose was to test our airfield infrastructure, like instrument landing systems, air traffic control communication and passenger loading bridges,” she said.
For Herselman, landing the inaugural flight at the new airport was particularly special.
“Some 30 years ago, when the land here was first levelled for the new airport development, I did my pilot training here on what was an airstrip. Now, so many years later, to be able to land the first flight is unbelievable. Not every day will you be the first to land a giant aircraft at a brand new airport,” he said.
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was there this morning...

Happy Birthday KSIA!!!


Jaw Dropping

not the biggest, not the busiest...
BUT,
King Shaka International Airport is the best looking and most beautiful airport in South Africa
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Some Panomaric shots I took on Sartuday & Sunday

At 6:10am with Marc Forrest in the corner


Looking at the pedestrian walk to the shaded parking


At the departures level over looking the terminal awaiting the first take off, spot Juzzy


High tailing to the other end to catch a better view


Waiting for Dysan & Ron, Juzzy wasnt impressed since he didnt have his caffeine, lol


Inside the departures terminal




loving the beam lit up in blue


First landing at King Shaka International


View from the hill




Mango doing a triple synchronized landing


Inside arrivals


Food court


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First official take off


KSIA state of the art bus!






Lefty trying to get Colin to allow us airside


Romy doing her thing


2nd official take off


Some lady that did a performance for SABC2


Pat Lambie arriving for his flight to ORT


Little did we know but this was the place we were to have breakfast.


first official landing at KSIA






water sprays for the welcome


Second landing


3rd landing




First SAA express flight to take off


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The one we've been waiting for


ACSA offices


Pedestrian walkway


tunnel














Tried to sneak a pic of the Shaka statue but the gaurd caught me, I believe Lefty was more successful




View from the N2


Entrance to Dube Tradeport






Entrance to the shaded parking


Pedestrian walkway at night


International Arrivals board


Just the 2nd time shes landed here


Whats in the cargo hold?


Departures at night










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some people will have to pay thousands to fly in and get those shots, you got them for a meer 50 bucks entrance fee.

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Direct flights to India on the cards
May 05, 2010 Edition 2

Suren Naidoo

JUST days after the opening of King Shaka International Airport in Durban, it has emerged that Jet Airways, India's second-biggest airline, is considering introducing direct flights to Durban from Mumbai.

Naresh Goyal, the boss of privately owned Jet Airways, discussed the matter with KwaZulu-Natal Premier Zweli Mkhize on Friday. Dinesh Naidoo, marketing director of India's Serendipity Tours, also met Goyal.

Mkhize confirmed yesterday that talks were under way to secure a direct route between Mumbai and Durban. He emphasised that this was "a work in progress" and approval from aviation regulators was needed.

"Teams from the provincial government and Jet Airways will start working on this. Nothing has been finalised. We are serious about securing this route and want it to be finalised as soon as possible."

Full [email protected] http://www.themercury.co.za/?fArticleId=5456915

The story was cut significantly due to space, but there will be a follow-up
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Some Images from KSIA

Hi Folks,
I last posted here at the time of the KSIA opening on Mayday last year (2010) and I have continued to 'patrol' there, taking great pics of airliners and developments.
I've never done this image upload thing before, so here goes and I hope it works..................
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