Air Safety: British Airways, Kulula Flights Grounded for 24 Hours

Air Safety: British Airways, Kulula Flights Grounded for 24 Hours (News Central TV)

The South African Civil Aviation Authority has given Comair until Sunday morning to meet the requirements of the regulator or face indefinite suspension.


This is following a suspension of Comair’s Air Operator Certificate by the authority, with its subsidiary Kulula.com and British Airways.
The authority says this follows investigations that suggest that there are safety risks at the operator.


It goes on to say that in the last month, Comair operations experienced issues ranging from engine failure to engine and landing gear malfunctions. Comair risks indefinite suspension if it fails to meet the requirements.


Civil Aviation Authority of South Africa says in the interest of safety it visited the operator to investigate and determine if the operator is in compliance with applicable civil aviation regulations.

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