PMB airport compliance issues raised

2012-12-10 00:00

MSUNDUZI Municipality may “forfeit” its license to operate the Pietermaritzburg Airport, if it fails urgently to address issues of non-compliance, particularly fixing the damaged runway.

A report, tabled at the Executive Committee (Exco) meeting last week, also stated that the airport security was manned by unqualified personnel. Municipal spokesperson, Brian Zuma said the Exco report exaggerated the issues.

South African Airlink spokesperson Karin Murray said the minor damage on runway 16 posed no threat to the safe operation of Airlink flights.

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