The Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) of South Africa embraces far more than design, building and flying of experimental or home built aircraft, although this remains an important activity of the EAA. As an Aero Club of SA affiliate, the EAA of SA actively supports initiatives of the AeCSA to ensure that the freedom of the skies in South Africa is sustained for recreational aviation under ever increasing restrictive legislation. If one flies a non-type certified aircraft, membership of an Aero Club affiliate such as EAA is a requirement for the issue by CAA of the Authority to Fly (ATF)Continue reading →
The Commercial Aviation Association of Southern Africa NPC (CAASA) is a non-profit organisation formed in 1944 to promote and protect the commercial interest of the general aviation industry in South African Aviation.
Our member companies include airport operators, non-scheduled operators, business aircraft operators, flying training organisations, aircraft maintenance companies and companies offering a whole range of supporting and retail services.Continue reading →
Description Website Board of Airline Representatives of SA Contact details Physical address Second Floor The Workspace 44 Melrose Boulevard Melrose Arch Postal Address City Province Telephone (010)0204093 EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org Other information Remarks On the 2nd December 2017, this … Continue reading →
Description Website Association of Virtual Aviation Contact details Physical address AVA Clubhouse, Air Force Base Swartkop, Old Johannesburg Rd, Valhalla Postal Address City Province Telephone (012) 3866067 EMAIL Not available Other information Remarks On the 28th November 2017, … Continue reading →
The aircraft maintenance industry and its dedicated workers ensure safe flight. AMOSA represents the interests of Aircraft Maintenance Organizations (AMOs) within South Africa and its membership extends from one person AMOs to large AMOs in the fixed wing, rotary and accessories fields. AMOSA sits on many regulatory committees at the civil aviation authority representing the AMO industry needs and requirements to ensure the continuation of the industry in South Africa. Under CAASA, AMOSA is the only aviation maintenance association recognized by the South African Government to represent the AMOs in South Africa. AMOSA endeavors to ensure that the different aspects of both small and large AMOs serving commercial and private aircraft owners are recognized when regulation are being constructed and implemented. AMOSA brings to the attention of the civil aviation authority issues that are being experienced across the industry as they arise during the day to day interaction of the authorities with AMOs, as certain issues are common with many AMOs and as a group these issues can be resolved. AMOSA: representing the interests of the aircraft maintenance industry within South Africa.Continue reading →
Our vision is the promotion and protection of General Aviation in South Africa. Our functions include governmental advocacy and negotiation, public awareness campaigns, education, collective bargaining for safety awareness. The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association of South Africa (AOPA-SA) is a founding member of US based International Council of Aircraft Owner and Pilot Associations. The combined total of individuals represented by these constituent member groups of IAOPA is over 470,000 pilots.Continue reading →
ALPA-SA is the only organisation that caters solely for the needs of flight deck crew. It has no vested commercial interest in aviation, and is a non-profit organisation, funded solely from membership subscriptions.Continue reading →
The Airlines Association of Southern Africa (AASA) is the leading representative airline organisation within southern Africa, working together with leaders of the aviation industry and senior public and government officials on policy, regulatory, planning, operational, safety, security and financial matters affecting the overall profitability of the airlines and their continued sustainability.
AASA was formed to represent the mutual interests of its members. Membership is open to all airlines based in southern Africa and the Indian Ocean islands. There are currently 18 Airline Members from this region. In addition, Associate Membership is open to airline partner organisations. There are currently 30 Associate Members, including Airports Company South Africa (ACSA), and airports, both provincial and private airports, the Air Traffic & Navigation Services (ATNS), the South African Weather Service, several oil companies, major aircraft manufacturers, engine manufacturers, a ground handling company, IT service providers, tourism organisations and other industry associations and partners.
AASA also leads and coordinates the airline industry position on airport, airspace and civil aviation issues, as well as consumer legislation, environmental and tourism matters, and provides media response to important industry issues. In undertaking this mandate, AASA represents the airline industry on approximately 15 Standing Committees and Boards involving both public and private stakeholders.Continue reading →
VACS Primary Objectives
To encourage an awareness of aviation and an interest in the mystery and science of flight.
To provide and maintain a venue of the operation of Virtual Aviation.
To advance Virtual Aviation in the area of operation according to the doctrine and policy laid down by the Commission of Virtual Aviation under the Aero Club of South Africa.
To protect the interests of the members and to bring about and maintain close co-operation between the members.
To guide and assist members in the administration and general conduct of Virtual Aviation.
To encourage members, either as individuals or as members of teams, in local and International tournaments and competitions.
Description Website SA Power Flying Association Contact details Physical address Postal Address P.O. Box 27013, Greenacres City Province Telephone 415813040 Email email@example.com Other information Remarks If you have additional details for this organisation, please let us know. firstname.lastname@example.org Categories Aviation … Continue reading →