In a strongly worded statement released after its temporary suspension was lifted, South African regional carrier CemAir alleged the grounding was based on false statements by the country’s civil aviation regulator. The South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) suspended CemAir’s air operator’s certificate (AOC) Dec. 13, saying the airline had not filled the position of responsible person flight operations (RFPO) and operated aircraft outside of permissible weight and ...

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