Airline operator Comair is warning of possible disruptions as some of its flights have been grounded. The Civil Aviation Authority grounded the planes due to non-compliance.
It found irregularities at one of Comair’s maintenance and technical service providers, SAA Technical.
As a result., affected aircraft may not be flown until the necessary corrective action has been carried out.
Comair says flights on British Airways and Kulula could also be delayed.
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It’s advising customers to check the status of flights on their websites. It’s not yet clear how many airlines are affected.
In other news – Ex-Sars IT head Makhekhe-Mokhuane gets R1.8m payout
The South African Revenue Service (Sars) has reportedly paid out settlements to some of its former staff members who were this year placed on suspension.
News24 reports that former IT head Mmamathe Makhekhe-Mokhuane and group executive of employee relations Luther Lebelo were paid out R1.6 million and R1.25 million respectively. The settlements were equal to six months salaries and were part of an agreement with the revenue service, the site reported. Read more