South Africa-based regional carrier CemAir is gradually restoring its schedules after the country’s civil aviation regulator lifted its suspension of the airline’s Aircraft Maintenance Organization (AMO). The South African CAA (SACAA) ended the suspension on Feb. 24, three weeks after it began. The SACAA also grounded 12 of CemAir’s fleet. The company operates a mixture of Bombardier CRJ100 and 200s and is introducing the CRJ900. It also operates Bombardier Dash 8 Q400s ...

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