No More An­nounce­ments at SA Air­ports

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Pas­sen­gers de­part­ing on flights from Air­ports Com­pany South Africa's six re­gional air­ports no longer re­ceive pas­sen­ger board­ing calls. Port El­iz­a­beth In­ter­na­tional Air­port, Bram Fis­cher In­ter­na­tional Air­port (Bloem­fontein), East Lon­don Air­port, Ge­orge Air­port, Uping­ton In­ter­na­tional Air­port and Kim­ber­ley Air­port will all be im­ple­ment­ing the in­ter­ven­tion to re­duce noise lev­els at the air­ports. Since 1 July pub­lic ad­dress mi­cro­phones have been switched off and pas­sen­gers are ad­vised to check their board­ing passes and the flight in­for­ma­tion dis­play boards for board­ing times. The only in­stances where cen­tralised ter­mi­nal an­nounce­ments will be made will be for ir­reg­u­lar op­er­a­tions such as gate changes, flight time changes, se­cu­rity mat­ters, sys­tem fail­ures and customer ser­vice anom­alies such as lost minors.

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