The remote British South Atlantic territory of St Helena is pushing ahead with plans to start regular air services to the island, despite windshear problems discovered on the northerly approach to its new airport’s sole runway. The windshear problem was found to be more severe than anticipated in April 2016 when a Boeing 737-800 of South African airline Comair, which had been scheduled to provide an air link from Johannesburg, South Africa, made an initial trial flight to St ...

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