Regional carrier CemAir, grounded Dec. 13 by the South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) for alleged operational violations, won a court battle Dec. 18 to have its air operator’s certificate (AOC) restored. CemAir’s AOC was suspended after the SACAA determined that the airline did not have a qualified staff member in the position of “responsible person: flight operations” and had operated some of its aircraft outside permitted weight and balance limits. The ...

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