International Civil Aviation Organisation

 
Carbon tax hits turbulence
Carbon tax hits turbulence
South Africa joined 25 other countries meeting in Moscow this week to do battle against a controversial European Union law that forces airlines...
Headscarves raise hackles
Headscarves raise hackles
A Muslim woman has lodged a complaint with the department of home affairs after officials at the passport control section of OR Tambo International...
Outgoing CAA chief full of praise
Outgoing CAA chief full of praise
The South African Civil Aviation Authority's (CAA) outgoing chief executive, Zakes Myeza, has no plans following his resignation this week.
Civil aviation CEO resigns
Civil aviation CEO resigns
The embattled South African Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) suffered yet another blow on Tuesday with the resignation of its CEO, Zakes Myeza.
World grapples with aviation's climate-change footprint
World grapples with aviation's climate-change footprint
Air travel is booming as the world's population grows and fares fall, but its impact on the Earth's sensitive climate must be taken into account in...
CAA safety standards get thumbs-up
CAA safety standards get thumbs-up
South Africa's Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) safety standards compare favourably with the best in the world, a United States Federation Administration Audit report said on Monday....

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