Historically known as the DF Malan Airport, Cape Town Airport was originally named after the South African Prime Minister, Daniel François Malan (1874-1959). In the mid-1990s the facility was renamed as the Cape Town International Airport (CPT) and at this time many improvements were made. The airport has recently completed work on a series of substantial renovations, costing in excess of R1 billion. The airport can now accommodate 60,000 take-offs and landings. Cape town International Airport is well equipped with customer services and facilities, such as comprehensive banking and currency exchange services provided by Nedbank, FNB (First National Bank) and also ABSA (Amalgamated Banks of South Africa), a dozen dining outlets, around 30 regular and duty-free retailers, and executive lounges. Special facilities at the airport include an OSCA medical surgery, baby changing amenities and office space in the Premier Lounge.