The South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) has suspended regional carrier CemAir from operating, following what it called “unacceptable and intolerable behavior” that posed a threat to safety. The airline’s Part 121 and Part 135 air operator’s certificates (AOCs) have been suspended, with the SACAA recommending to the country’s director of civil aviation the AOCs should be revoked. The suspension became effective at around 15:30 local time on Dec. 13, ...

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