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Civil Aviation

Treasury takes over SAA reins


An SAA A340.South African Airways (SAA) will be transferred from the Department of Public Enterprises to the National Treasury.
 

Chicago Convention’s 70th anniversary


Chicago Convention is 70 years oldThe International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) helps the United Nations address some of the most pressing issues on the global agenda, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said yesterday during a ceremony in Chicago celebrating the 70th anniversary of the Chicago Convention.
   

Beyina-Moussa is new AFRAA president


New AFRAA presidentAt the close of the 46th general meeting of the African Airlines Association (AFRAA), organised by Air Algérie earlier this month November Fatima Beyina-Moussa, managing director of ECAir (Equatorial Congo Airlines) was named President of AFRAA.
   

Trade union claims ATNS puts race ahead of safety


Claim that ATNS puts race ahead of safetyWhen professionalism and safety are not the primary considerations in air traffic control, the public’s safety is jeopardised, trade union Solidarity cautioned.
   

Civil helicopter market recovering – report


An Airbus Helicopters EC130.The civil helicopter market is slowly recovering from the economic downturn as emerging economies renew and expand their helicopter fleets, according to a new report by Frost & Sullivan.
   

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