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Title: DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM UPDATE 2010 SOCCER WORLD CUP


1
DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM UPDATE2010 SOCCER WORLD CUP
2
2010 PROJECT TIMELINE
15 Aug 2009-15 Sep 2009 16 Sep-30 Nov 2009 30 Sep 2009 04 Dec 2009
Finalisation of initial schedule optimisation Operations planning and consultation commences Agreement with Fifa to carry passengers concluded Final draw Cape Town
15 Dec 2009 15 Jan-8 May 2010 11 May 2010
Finalise schedule Populate website Open sales Operations planning, implementing and fine tuning. Contingency planning and testing. Operationally ready
3
OPERATIONS PLANNING
Non-circumvention agreement has been signed.
Letter of Intent and Commercial agreement is
under negotiation
Slot applications have opened-Aug
Group sales commenced-tour operators
DEMAND/SALES
SLOT ALLOCATION
SAA/MATCH FLEET
15 September 2009
16 Sep- 30 Nov 2009
FIRST SCHEDULE
REVISION
OPERATIONS PLANNING
DECEMBER DRAW
OPERATING CONSTRAINTS
15 December 2009
4th December 2009
FINAL SCHEDULE
4
2010 SCHEDULE PLANNING CONSTRAINTS
PARTNERS -STAR ALLIANCE Ongoing discussions to
utilise idle fleet. 30 Nov 2009
DEMAND Ongoing assessment. Feedback from sales,
tour operators, Match. 30 Nov 2009
  • FLEET/TECHNICAL
  • AC servicing rescheduled to after event.
  • 744 to be utilised.
  • Support to other airlines.

FINAL SCHEDULE
AIRPORT CAPABILITITIES Capabilities currently
being assessed. Completed by 30 Sep 2009.
Oversupply of Match capacity planned.
MATCH (FIFA) Agreement on carriage and leased-in
fleet concluded by 30 Sep 2009
ACSA Ongoing discussions with ACSA and Government
(DOT). 30 Sep 2009
5
OPERATIONAL CONSTRAINTS
  • AIRPORT CAPACITY
  • Insufficient movement capacity
  • Nelspruit-4 movements per hour, Pilansberg-6
    movements per hour.
  • SAA is partnering with airports for creative
    solutions
  • Insufficient ground handling capacity
  • Pilansberg, Bloemfontein, Polokwane-no
    equipment. SAA to source.
  • Insufficient infrastructure
  • Airports are too small-temporary tents required.
    Partnering with airport management and Match on
    requirements
  • Insufficient security measures
  • Not enough x-ray machines/metal detectors. SAA
    securing from existing infrastructure
  • Insufficient landside infrastructure
  • Hundreds of coaches at each airport. SAA to use
    hangers
  • HOTEL CAPACITY FOR CREW-Third party (wet leased
    a/c). Match assisting.
  • 24 HOUR OPERATIONS-ATC, fuelling, catering,
    ground handling, staff
  • INSUFFICIENT CREW-Crew levels to be gradually
    increased from Jan 2010

6
OPERATIONAL CONCERNS/SOLUTIONS
  • Standard operations to be extended to cater for
    daily matches (24 hours). Heavy demand patterns
    before and after matches. Red-eye flights
    through the night.
  • SAA staff hours to be increased. Retired staff
    and third parties to be utilised to minimise
    fatigue and improve service
  • Baggage security and service teams to be
    established to eradicate pilferage and ensure a
    high level of service. Close collaboration with
    ACSA.
  • A PDA system is in the process of being sourced
    to monitor and improve service levels and baggage
    delivery. Implementation in Dec 2009.
  • SAA is implementing group check in to fast track
    groups and lower congestion at airports. Boarding
    passes to be printed the day before and be
    waiting for groups.
  • SAA is establishing procedures and a task team
    for media travel and security for equipment
  • AOG scenarios, recovery plans and contingency
    planning to be completed.
  • Close collaboration with tour operators, local
    airlines and ACSA.

7
DOMESTIC ROUTES
Mauritius
8
DOMESTIC ROUTES
ADDITIONAL AIRPORTS TO BE SERVICED FOR 2010 World
Cup
9
INTERNATIONAL ROUTES
Paris
Amsterdam
Frankfurt
Manchester
London
Munich
New York
Washington
Rome
Madrid
Hong Kong
Mexico City
Mumbai
Rio de Janeiro
Sao Paulo
Johannesburg
Perth
Cape Town
Durban
Buenos Aires
10
INTERNATIONAL ROUTES
  • CURRENT SCHEDULE
  • 3 x United Kingdom 2 x USA 2 x Germany
  • 1 x Hong Kong 1 x Australia 1 x India
  • 1 x Brazil 1 x Argentina
  • POTENTIAL ADDITIONAL
  • Paris Amsterdam Rome
  • Manchester Rio de Janeiro Mexico City
  • Madrid
  • Requirements to be assessed based on the sales
    demand in the regions.
  • Asses sales and demand to determine the need for
    direct flights to Cape Town or Durban (after 4th
    Dec)
  • The Match fleet to be utilised for inbound
    traffic before the event kicks off.

11
STRATEGIC THREATS TO SAA OPS
  • Industrial Action-Staff and vendors (ground
    handling, catering, fuelling)
  • Technical problems-Aircraft are going to be fully
    utilised with little room for downtime.
    Technical to establish AOG teams.
  • Landside infrastructure-Coach requirements will
    overwhelm airports. SAA will
    utilise Technical facility in JNB
    and CPT for Match traffic to reduce
    this
  • Fuel Supply-SAA will effectively be tripling
    operations over this period. Small
    stations cannot supply fuel (Pilansberg,
    Nelspruit etc.) Investigating
    splash and dash at other airports.

12
SAA TECHNICAL
  • Scheduling of daily and weekly checks
  • Support to SAA, British Airways and other fleets.
    Storage of spares and support equipment on behalf
    of other airlines
  • Manpower to be re-directed to assist operations
    in Technical
  • FOAM requirements set to increase (foreign
    operator support).
  • Technical equipment to support operations (tugs
    etc.)
  • Teams on standby for AOG or other technical
    problems. A problem on a different fleet can
    impact our fleet movements.
  • Potential servicing of Match fleet by SAA
    Technical.
  • Coordination of Technical areas for additional
    parking
  • Potential for remote check-in stations for Match
    requirements within Technical areas
  • Opportunity to market a world-class technical
    facility to various airlines from all over the
    world.
  • ...............END............
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