South African regional airline SA Express was forced to stop operations May 24 after the Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) suspended its air operator's certificate (AOC), citing safety concerns. SA Express’ aircraft maintenance organization approvals and certificate of airworthiness for nine of its 21 aircraft were also suspended. SA Express will have to reapply and be issued with relevant approvals for its AOC, aircraft maintenance organization and certificates of airworthiness ...

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