AA - Jan 2021

Author: Tim Harris
Wesgro CEO
January 2021

SECOND AIRPORT IN CAPE TOWN WILL BENEFIT LOCAL EXONOMY, CREATE JOBS – WESGRO

The owners of the airport want to develop a Lanseria-type facility in the Durbanville area of Cape Town.

Investment into a Cape Winelands airport holds huge benefits for the local economy.

That’s according to Western Cape trade and investment agency, Wesgro.

The owners of the airport want to develop a Lanseria-type facility in the Durbanville area of Cape Town.

Wesgro CEO Tim Harris was excited by the prospect of a developed Cape Winelands airport.

He said that the agency had been in talks with the airport for months.

“We’re working to make this happen because I think any major city reaches a point where they need a second airport. Cape Wineland’s airport is very strategically situated and it has a lot of elements you’d look for in an airport.”

Harris said that having a second airport in Cape Town would boost the local economy and provide sustainable jobs.

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