Budget airline back in the clear


(TVLW) – THE Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has given, Nationwide’s 767-300 ER aircraft a clean bill of health.

The aircraft was scheduled to fly to London last night. This comes after the authority and maintenance company Safair had concluded its inspection on the aircraft. Last week, the CAA gave the airline until the end of November to carry out the remaining 10 percent of air safety checks on its fleet of Boeing 737-200s.

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Nationwide was grounded after one of its planes lost an engine during take-off and had to make an emergency landing at Cape Town.