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Civil Aviation

Ireland and South Africa partner on aviation training


Ireland and South Africa partner on aviation trainingCIAS (College Ireland Aviation Services) and MATA (Mega Aviation Training Academy) based in Ekurhuleni have entered into an agreement to partner for a world class aviation training and academic programme in southern Africa.
 

Pay strikes halt flights at Libya's main airports


Tripoli International Airport.Libya's three main airports cancelled flights on Tuesday morning because of strikes by ground staff complaining they have not been paid for two months, airport officials said.
   

Corporate jet makers eye revival led by North America


Business jets.Business jet makers, hit badly by the financial crisis, expect an upturn in mature economies such as the United States will encourage companies to once again buy new corporate planes or replace aging jets, executives said this week.
   

Key role for South Africa on ICAO security panel


SA to chair ICAO security panelSouth Africa has been appointed chair of the International Civil Aviation Organisation’s (ICAO) Aviation Security Panel.
   

Union says restructuring coming at SAA


Union maintains restructuring coming at SAAWhile no mention was made changes in personnel numbers when SAA earlier this month said it had successfully finished a 90 day action plan, trade union Solidarity thinks otherwise.
   

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