South African Airways Faces Probe Over New York Flight, Business Day Says

South Africa’s Civil Aviation Authority is investigating a breach of regulations after South African Airways canceled a flight between Johannesburg and New York on May 3, Business Day reported, citing the regulator.

The state-owned airline grounded the flight because cabin crew had not received fatigue-management training for the 16- hour journey as required by the CAA, the Johannesburg-based newspaper said, citing South African Airways.

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