Burner wrote:Mauler wrote:Burner wrote:Miles I'm genuinely glad (as I've mentioned a few times on this thread), that you guys are getting this sorted properly (regardless of how warranted or unwarranted the CAA's actions were).
And just how does grounding an entire airline and pulling the AMO's licence because of some obscure question about a qualification to swing a compass amount to "getting this sorted properly"?
Please explain clearly so that lawyers and non-lawyers can understand.
Take your time.
Mauler not sure why you feel the need to come after every single person who doesn't join your lynch mob. My comments were based directly on an article on news24 6 Feb, where it mentions:CemAir confirmed that a meeting was held with the Regulator, the SACAA on Saturday. It says the meeting was constructive and resulted in agreement of the steps required to resolve the matter.
"Both organisations would commit the necessary resources to expedite the action items and processes needed to achieve a resumption of service," says the airline.
The above is actual info, not rumours or hearsay. This is what I based my statement on.
The question is, has the CAA moved the goal posts now for Cemair or are things just moving very slowly?
Or, possibly more evidence...??
Flightline Charter Services: 1999, 2001 and 2002 ring any bells, linked to the saying regarding a leopard not changing it's spots?!?
The Captain and thereafter all "relevant others" will end up in court, along with SACAA for "not doing their jobs" should something occur
and it trickles up ONLY to a point. Insurance companies will spend hundreds of thousands to disapprove and avoid paying out the millions insured..and who suffers the most?? Average Joe.