The SAHPA Office has received a complaint about paraglider pilots launching from (and landing on) public roads. The pilots and club have been notified.
A common myth being repeated in various forums is that “the sport is in decline”, with blame being placed at the SAHPA committee. This article aims to debunk that myth.
SANParks and Friends of Table Mountain will be conducting an alien plant clearing operation on Table Mountain, between Window Gorge and Newlands Ravine to clear pine trees above Newlands forest. This is planned from 6-8 … Read more
Dear SAHPA members, This is an important announcement regarding the landing sites in Franschhoek. After ongoing and unresolved complaints about pilot conduct, the directors at the Fransche Hoek Agricultural Estate (FHAE) have revoked access to … Read more
SACAA General Aviation will be hosting an Accident Reduction Seminar on 7th December 2022.
We’re excited to announce that the Gericke’s Point site in Sedgefield has been reopened.
Please take note that a DTO conducting flight training may not conduct flipping operations as defined in CAR96.01.1(7) as this is not a training flight and would be a contravention of CAR141.08.1(1) & (2) and CAR 141.08.2(1)a) liable to enforcement action under CAR 185.01.2(g).
The SAHPA ATO is currently suspended.
One of the recurring issues that the SAHPA committee must continually address, relates to pilot access to sites.