File: People disembark a plane at the international airport of Cape Town. STEPHANE DE SAKUTIN / AFP
CAPE TOWN - Flights are operating as scheduled at Cape Town International Airport after recent problems with jet fuel supply.
The airport's largest supplier was unable to meet demand due to challenges caused by power cuts, but refinery production over the past 24 hours is now stable.
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Imports have also been confirmed to supplement local production and fuel suppliers are prioritising tanker deliveries to the airport to meet daily demand.
Travellers are requested to monitor their flight schedules and stay informed via the ACSA App and the relevant airline websites.