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CT International Airport launches new airport office park to connect businesses

Cape Town International Airport has begun a multi-million rand development of a new Airport Office Park.

The airport's communications manager, Deidre Davids said the development is in a bid to better connect the city's central business network.

On Monday, the airport launched the first phases of the R56 million upgrade, which will see the size of the current Airport Oval office increased by more than double its size.

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