Mthatha Airport ‘not yet ready’

In the two weeks since Mthatha Airport was grounded, the Eastern Cape transport department has not done enough to persuade the SA Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) to allow commercial jets to use the airport. This is despite efforts by the department of transport to address several safety and management issues flagged by the CAA when it barred larger flights on January 24.

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