South African carrier CemAir—grounded by the nation’s regulator for almost the first two weeks of February over the qualifications of maintenance staff—aims to relaunch services around Feb. 21, CEO Miles van der Molen said Feb. 15. CemAir operates both scheduled and non-scheduled services in and beyond South Africa. The Johannesburg-based airline has a mixed fleet of Bombardier CRJ100s, Dash 8 turboprops and Beech 1900D commuter aircraft. The South African CAA (SACAA) ...

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