Grounded South African regional airline SA Express has embarked on a 30-day program to try to get back into the air. In a video on the airline’s Facebook page, acting CEO Matsietsi Mokholo laid out the timetable for restoring the airline’s ability to operate. Following an audit of SA Express, the country’s regulator, the South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA), suspended not only the airline’s air operator’s certificate May 24, but also its aircraft ...

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