Airports firm to pay compensation after chaos

Hundreds of football fans missed the match between the two European football giants on Wednesday after chaos at the airport in the coastal city delayed their landing or forced planes to turn back.

Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) said bad weather, larger than expected traffic and VIP planes which refused to move from the airport - as had been agreed in advance - caused the chaos at the new Durban King Shaka International airport.

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