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Civil Aviation

Embraer’s E190 receives SA CAA type certification

An Embraer E-Jet in Airlink livery.The Embraer E190 regional jet has this week received type certification from South Africa’s Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA). Airlink, southern Africa’s largest privately owned regional airline, recently took delivery of their first E190 which will soon go into service.

 

Airbus predicts $5.3 trillion jet demand, trims traffic outlook

An Airbus A350.Airbus raised its 20-year forecast for aircraft demand on Friday to 34,170 jetliners and 730 freighters worth $5.3 trillion while trimming its traffic growth outlook.

   

Wonderboom Adrenaline Show lineup revealed

An Adrenaline Show Harvard.Organisers of the Airlink Adrenaline Show, to be held at Wonderboom airport on 10 and 11 June, have released the show programme, which includes appearances by the Silver Falcons and Gripen fighter jet.

   

Civil aviation safety advances will support growth in African air travel

Civil aviation safety advancesAfrican civil aviation is said to be five to nine times riskier than the global average, making pledges of significant investment in regional air and ground safety a real contributor to the continent’s attractiveness as a sought after travel and business destination.

   

Loss-making Air Namibia wins permit to fly into U.S

An Air Namibia A319.State-owned Air Namibia has won approval to fly into the United States and hopes to generate revenues through its codesharing agreements, the government-run daily New Era reported on Monday,

   

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