South African Airways (SAA) has suspended its 3X-weekly service to Blantyre, Malawi, after the South African aviation regulator found what it described as serious safety risks at Blantyre Chileka International Airport. Blantyre is the second city of the small southern African state. The airline initially suspended flights Jan. 18 and said Jan. 22 the suspension would continue at least through Jan. 23. Following a base inspection of SAA’s Blantyre operations, the South African Civil ...

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