South African regional carrier CemAir is on the verge of restarting services following a nine-month hiatus and a bitter dispute with the country’s aviation regulator. The South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) grounded CemAir for the second time in two months in January, most recently for what it described as “systemic failures of the airline’s maintenance controls.” Johannesburg-based CemAir challenged the move, and on April 29 the Civil Aviation Appeal ...

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