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The caa.govt.nz website goes offline.

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If you have been trying to load the CAA’s website this week you’d either been served an error message or have a “Not found” error or a “Connection error.”

This morning NZAviation.com sent an email to the CAA’s info@ email address only to have it return with an error…

What’s happening? Have they all gone on holiday at once?

We’ll keep you posted and let you know when it comes back online.

Philip Newman




                       

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