In 2020, the SAHPA committee embarked on a project to move SAHPA out of Part 62, to a proposed new Part 106.
We have recently received several anonymous incident reports made through the Incident/Accident Report form. The SAHPA committee has considered each of these, and we find that these do not qualify as incidents.
This summary overview has been compiled by the Safety Manager, and is based on Incidents, Accidents and Fatalities reported to the SAHPA office during the period January 2019 to February 2021.
SACAA has issued SAHPA with a new Aviation Recreation Organisation (ARO) Certificate for 2021-2022.
The SAHPA committee is concerned about the growing controversy amongst members with regard to Incidents, Accidents and Fatalities. In the interests of transparency, we would like to clarify some of the issues being raised.
Dear SAHPA members Please find below the following important information: SAHPA OFFICE CLOSURE DURING DECEMBER 2020 The SAHPA office will be closed from the 19th of December and will reopen on 4 January 2020. CAA will … Read more
Dear SAHPA members, The SAHPA Committee continues to work at managing the daily interactions and documentation processes required by SACAA and DOT. Herewith some feedback regarding the following: Tandem flying SAHPA has submitted an action plan for … Read more
The landowner at Mont Rochelle Nature Reserve (Franschoek, Western Cape) has expressed concern about a handful of paraglider pilots who refuse to pay permit fees. These objections are based on the mistaken premise that the Franschhoek launch site does not fall … Read more
SAHPA Members, We’d like to give you some feedback on our attempts to improve internal operations. We hope this demonstrates our ongoing commitment to improving levels of service to the flying community. In the beginning of … Read more