SACAA

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SACAASouth African Civil Aviation Authority
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"We are arranging for collection of the part, which will then be sent to Australia as they are the ones appointed by Malaysia to identify parts found," SACAA spokesman Kabelo Ledwaba told Reuters.
Safety concerns had arisen, with the resulting regulation including the strict SACAA application process to ensure drone operators meet all standards for safety, security and privacy.
We now await SACAA inspection of the airport and demonstration to them that we have successfully implemented required interventions as per our corrective action plan.
According to Khoza, the SACAA's dedicated personnel are doing laudable work in rooting out corruption and unethical behaviour in the civil aviation industry.
We are grateful to SACAA and appreciate their efforts in working with us to ensure the safety of our operations for the benefit of our customers and crew.
Additionally, the SACAA has lifted the grounding of CemAirs Dash-8 Q400 aircraft.
SACAA issued a statement on Saturday, February 24, saying that it took the move after CemAir successfully completed a five-phase certification process that included among others, document evaluation and demonstration phases.
The performance report will cover the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA), South African National Roads Agency SOC Ltd (SANRAL), Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC), Road Traffic Infringement Agency (RTIA), Road Accident Fund (RAF), Railway Safety Regulator (RSR), Airports Company South Africa (ACSA), South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA), Air Traffic Navigation Services (ATNS), Cross-Border Road Transport Agency (C-BRTA), South African Maritime Authority (SAMSA) and Ports Regulator of South Africa.
The airshow, hosted in conjuction with the South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA), an entity of the Department, forms part of Department of Transports 2016 October Transport Month (OTM) campaign which showcases transport infrastructure projects, promotes the use of public transport and advances the countrys road safety initiatives.
Following the South African Civil Aviation Authoritys (SACAA) decision to temporarily suspend SA Express Air Operators Certificate (AOC), the airlines executive management team met with SACAA to obtain clarity on their audit related concerns and procedural issues that needed to be adhered to.
SA Express is pleased to confirm that the South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) has reinstated its Air Operators Certificate (AOC) following a temporary 42-hour suspension related to the airlines quality assurance systems.
The Eagle Owl can fly to a height of 19 000 feet but is limited by SA Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) regulations to fly no higher than 400 feet.