CemAir – KwaZulu- Natal’s South Coast’s local airline is growing bigger and bolder
In a recent statement by CemAir, unprecedented growth and demand have seen the need to bring in a 36 seater plane, to replace the 19 seater which has previously serviced the coast via direct flights from OR Tambo. Says Ugu South Coast Tourism’s CEO Mr Justin Mackrory `We attended CemAir’s birthday on the 1st November celebrating their first anniversary. Who would have thought that in such a small space of time, that growth to this extent could have happened so fast? We would further like to congratulate CemAir on the vision and confidence in the South Coast as a destination, not only for servicing leisure travellers requirements, but for also bringing in an increasing number of business and conference opportunities. The MICE market has previously been largely untapped and already we are starting to see investment opportunities and increased spend in the area as a result’.
The new whale deck at the Margate Pier was vandalized with graffiti and the MBA has managed to secure a sponsor for the repainting of the deck and we would like to take this opportunity to thank Servipac Property Management Services for the sponsorship and team. It is a privilege for the MBA to have such members who kindly offer their services without any hesitation in order to keep our facilities looking attractive for both visitors and members.
The Contractors are hard at work by installing the hand rails on the newly paved walk way from the Fishing Pier