Please take note of the following regulations to ensure that you are adhering to the correct procedures.
The South African Civil Aviation Authority has published the Twenty First Amendment to the Civil Aviation Regulations 2021.
Good morning, A key strategic outcome indicator of the SACAA is to measure and improve the customer service experience of all its customers and stakeholders. Critical to delivering good customer service, is feedback from the … Read more
General Notice from SACAA (PEL 005) published 10 September 2021. “We are excited to announce the rollout of Phase 2 of the card licence project, which includes Glider Pilot’s Licence (GPL), National Pilot licence (NPL) … Read more
The validity of the NPL (National Pilot Licence) will be for a period of 2 years. Subject to the submission of a new revalidation check.
The South African Civil Aviation Authority has disabled the licence portal for pilots due to a potential disclosure of pilot’s personal information.
The SACAA issued a General Notice GAD-001 relating to BASE jumping and Speedflying in South Africa.
The South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA), a public agency reporting to the Department of Transport and tasked with civil aviation safety and security oversight, has raised concerns over the recent spike in aircraft accidents. In just one month, i.e. January 2021, 14 accidents were reported, with 04 being fatal accidents that claimed the lives of 08 people.
SACAA has issued SAHPA with a new Aviation Recreation Organisation (ARO) Certificate for 2021-2022.
Extract from the AIID Accident Report 9792 published by AIID on 7 December 2020 (Ref CA18/2/3/9792): “On Thursday, 6 June 2019 at 1200Z, a paraglider student pilot took off from the mountain site Bulwer 1000 … Read more