CAA Clips Comair’s Wings

Written by on 14 March, 2022

By: Staff Writer

The Civil Aviation Authority says Comair knew about the safety risks that led to its planes being grounded for 24-hours.

Comair, which operates Kulula and British Airways, said it had not been informed of the reasons for the temporary suspension of its operating license.

According to the CAA, it investigated numerous reports of safety incidents, including engine failures and landing gear malfunctions, last week.

Spokesperson Simon Segwabe says what they found left them deeply concerned about the safety of both passengers and staff.

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