This is not the first time CAAZ has moved to revoke the airline’s Aircraft Operating Certificate. THE Civil Aviation Authority of Zimbabwe (CAAZ) has revoked fledgling local airline, FlyAfrica Zimbabwe (FlyAfrica)’s, Aircraft Operating Certificate (AOC) after several false starts, it has emerged. Following several turbulent starts, CAAZ this week pulled the plug on the airline for breach of regulatory requirements with the carrier saying it is moving for re-certification to once again take to the skies. “Fly Africa has, after consultations and guidance from CAAZ, taken the decision to go through a re-certification exercise, in order to move the airlines operating aircraft leases from an ACMI (wetlease) arrangement to a permanent dry lease arrangement. The re-certification…