South African regional carrier SA Express has received the go-ahead to restart services, nine weeks after the country’s civil aviation regulator grounded the airline. The South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) made the decision May 24 following an audit of the airline and its maintenance operation, which the regulator said “uncovered severe cases of non-compliance that posed serious safety risks.” The SACAA said July 26 that it had reinstated the airline’s ...

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