Flights to and from the Cape Town International Airport were briefly disrupted by the jet fuel supply crisis.
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Loadshedding was a major contributor to the jet fuel shortage. Fuel suppliers are doing their best to prioritise tanker deliveries to the airport to meet daily demand.
ENCA says that the airport’s biggest supplier wasn’t able to meet demand because of problems caused by power cuts. However, refinery production has been stable for the past 24 hours.
Travellers are advised to keep up-to-date with their flight schedules in case changes are implemented.
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