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An investigation by the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) of the affairs of SAA has recovered R14m and identified a further R3.4bn that has to be recouped from companies and individuals who were awarded contracts irregularly.
The proposed redevelopment and expansion of the Cape Winelands Airport estimated to cost about R7bn has entered the next phase, with an application to the Department of Environmental Affairs & Development Planning for environmental approvals.
A new plan to turn Plettenberg Bay into a regional aviation hub has got some heavyweight businessmen eyeing the crumbling runway.
SAA has entered into a ‘damp lease’ agreement with Turkish airline SunExpress to be used during the peak summer period.
The widow of a pilot who unsuccessfully tried to obtain information on the crash that led to his death has been granted access to the information by the Gauteng High Court (Pretoria).
A seasoned pilot has his wings back after the court allowed him to take to the skies again after the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) suspended his licence for six months after he flew too close to the ground to encourage people on the landing strip to move away.
The President of the UAE and ruler of Abu Dhabi, Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, and his family landed in the Eastern Cape on Wednesday on a R20m runway he built with his own money, reports News24.
The SA Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) has suspended certain air traffic navigation procedures at more than 10 airports due to non-compliance.
A lawyer wrapping up the affairs of bankrupt Comair is confident a breach-of-contract dispute with Boeing will succeed – despite a US judge ruling against LOT Poland and Smartwings in a similar claim.
Shuttered South African airline Comair has sued Boeing for alleged fraud over its agreement to buy eight 737 MAX planes and is seeking damages of at least $83m (about R1.4bn).
Public Enterprise Minister Pravin Gordhan is expected to soon give the green light for the sale of troubled state-owned low-cost airline Mango.
The Gauteng High Court (Pretoria) has ordered the seizure of a multimillion-rand helicopter allegedly bought with funds stolen from a company with links to Durban property tycoon and ANC benefactor Vivian Reddy.
A charter aircraft from Angola is grounded at Cape Town International Airport for landing without a mandatory foreign operator permit (FOP), according to the Transport Department.
Low-cost airline Mango is one step closer to being sold as its preferred bidder delivered proof of funding, according to business rescue practitioner Sipho Sono in his latest status report.
SAA is talking to British Airways (BA) about the possibility of taking over its franchise agreement in SA, reports Fin24.