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|Date of Independence:|
|31 May 1910|
|Total Area Ranking:|
|25 of 236 in the World|
|Population Size Ranking:|
|24 of 242 in the World|
Details to be added.
Further National Information
Text to be added on the development of aviation in South Africa.
Civil Aircraft Registrations
In the British colonial era civil aircraft based in South Africa used the registration sequence G-UAAA to G-UZZZ, 1919-1929. From 1929 the sequence ZS-xxx was adopted and is still used.
All-time South Africa – civil aircraft register (G-UAaa ZS-aaa ZT-aaa ZU-aaa) [TO BE ADDED].
[Get involved with the Aeroflight Cloud.]
Military Air Arms
Air Force (South African Air Force)
Naval Aviation – Naval aircraft are operated by the Air Force
Army Aviation (South African Army) [1945-1968]
Central Government Agencies
Government Aviation – VIP transport is provided by the Air Force
Coast Guard Aviation (South African Coast Guard)
Public Service Aviation
Medical Aviation (Red Cross Air Mercy Service)
Medical Aviation (NAC Helicopters)
Medical Aviation (ER24)
Medical Aviation (EMS Free State)
Medical Aviation (Netcare 911)
Several EMS providers have ceased operations including Flight for Life, MRI and STAR
Rescue Aviation (Rescuetech)
Police Aviation (South African Police Service Air Wing)
To be added
None at present.
Aircraft Maintenance/Repair Depots
Civil Airports & Airfields
Military Air Bases & Airfields
Military Air Bases Listing – to be added.
Military Museum, Bloemfontein
Pioneers of Aviation Museum, Kimberley
Port Alfred Airfield Memorial, Port Alfred
Port Elizabeth Museum, Port Elizabeth
Sci-Bono Discovery Centre, Johannesburg
South African Air Force Museum, Swartkop AFB, Valhalla
South African Air Force Museum – Cape Town, Cape Town
South African Air Force Museum – Port Elizabeth, Port Elizabeth
South African National Museum of Military HIstory, Gauteng
South African Naval Museum, Simon’s Town
Thunder City, Cape Town (now closed)
To be added
To be added.