File: CemAir's operations were suspended last year.
JOHANNESBURG - Airline CemAir is up in arms over what it calls puzzling delays by the Civil Aviation Authority to allow it back in the air.
This comes four months after the civil aviation appeal committee set aside two grounding notices.
The authority suspended the airline's operations last year December citing maintenance concerns.
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But the appeal committee called the move irrational and unfair.
CemAir’s MD Miles van der Molen says the delays are costing the airline millions, leaving it unable to reverse job losses created by the initial grounding.