The fuel system problem is now fixed and the King Shaka International Airport is running as per usual.
This comes after about five planes were grounded on Tuesday due to a fueling problem.
“All aircraft schedules are back to normal and we have no delays to report,” said Airports Company South Africa’s Colin Naidoo.
“As it was the first time the problem occurred, we are currently working with the service provider Sky Tanking on the actual cause of the failure and a contingency plan should there be a recurrence of the problem.” Naidoo added.
The notification to airlines to fuel up at their departure stations has been lifted and the fuel truck contingency will be on stand by.