ACSA investigates stowaway death
ACSA has launched a probe after a body was discovered on a British Airways flight from Cape Town.
CAPE TOWN - Airports Company South Africa (ACSA) on Thursday said it is investigating a stowaway case.
The body was discovered when a plane from Cape Town landed at London's Heathrow Airport.
The airports company said the corpse was discovered on a British Airways plane and the body is yet to be identified.
ACSA's Deidre Davids said, "We are very concerned about this loss of life and as a result, we are conducting a full investigation."
She said South African officials are treating the matter with the "untomst seriousness".
The body was discovered on a Boeing 747.