South African regional carrier SA Express faced a weekend break in services after the South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) suspended its air operator’s certificate (AOC) on a series of safety issues April 30, then reinstated it May 1 after “clarity was provided.” In a statement April 30, the regulator had said the suspension “follows a series of non-compliances and the SACAA’s dissatisfaction with the operator’s safety monitoring systems, which ...

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