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Civil Aviation

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,

 

CAASA launches SA aviation activity index

A Boeing 737 at Lanseria.The Commercial Aviation Association of Southern Africa (CAASA) has launched its aviation activity index covering the sale of aircraft and air traffic movements in South Africa to provide a gauge of economic activity in the commercial aviation industry.

   

Review to merge SAA, SA Express at an advanced stage

SA Express.Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba says the work of assessing the viability of a merger between South African Airways and SA Express is done, pending a government review.

   

South African civil aviation under the ICAO spotlight

ICAO audit at SACAAThe South African civil aviation industry will be under the spotlight in the next two weeks as the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) conducts an audit of the country’s competence in relation to aviation safety oversight systems.
   

No trace of explosives on EgyptAir victims – report

No explosive traces on EgyptiAir passengers remainsFrench investigators found no traces of explosives on the bodies of French victims of EgyptAir flight MS 804 that crashed into the Mediterranean last year en route from Paris to Cairo, a newspaper reported.
   

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