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What does KSIA stand for?

KSIA stands for King Shaka International Airport (Durban, South Africa)

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World Routes 2015 will position our flagship development, southern Africa's premier air logistics platform and the home of the continent's first purpose built aerotropolis, the Dube Trade Port, which incorporates the King Shaka International Airport for a major growth in air services.
World Routes 2015 will position our flagship development, southern Africa's premier air logistics platform and the home of the continent's first purpose built aerotropolis, the Dube Trade Port, which incorporates the King Shaka International Airport for a major growth in air services.
The former CEO, Rohan Persad, resigned with immediate effect on August 10 last year in the middle of a cloud of allegations of offensiveness involving a former cargo terminal operator at King Shaka International Airport, Worldwide Flight Services SA (WFS-SA).
THE NEW name for the international airport at La Mercy near Durban in South Africa has been revealed as King Shaka International Airport (KSIA) - after one of the most famous Zulu kings The project has been in the works from the early 1970s and is now nearing completion in the ILembe District to the north of Durban.
AIRLINE INDUSTRY INFORMATION-(C)1997-2007 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD Communications solutions provider Alcatel-Lucent (Euronext Paris:ALU) (NYSE:ALU) announced on Tuesday (27 November) it has been awarded a multi-year contract by the Ilembe Consortium to design and deploy an integrated communication, security and IT system for the new King Shaka International Airport north of Durban, South Africa.
The king Shaka International Airport at La Mercy is part of the government's priority programmes outlined by the State President in his opening of Parliament address in February 2001.