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As a non-political medium, International Air Affairs and JCL Publications (Pty) Ltd refrain from criticism of the affairs and policies of any state, government, or institution. Collaborators adhere to the same code of ethics. Our editorial approach is educational, caring, and informative affording subject-matter experts a platform from which innovative thinking can help improve lives in aviation, aerospace and defence. We cater to a discerning target readership, creating an effective and unique market disposition for like-minded advertisers. As the aviation sector adds approximately a thirteenfold increase in jobs per pilot, of which there are an estimated 32 500 licence holders in Southern Africa alone, we cater for this sector too. We recognize the importance of a country arming itself to pre-serve the peace, freedom and security we all deserve. As aviation and armament have always been linked, we deem it relevant to present the latest developments and innovations to readers.

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In this issue it is once again clear how the world seems drifting apart due to opposing ideologies and politics. Aviation seems trapped in the middle. Africa seems trapped in the middle. How longer will South Africa maintain the precarious balance between Western powers and the BRICS Alliance without harming relations on either side of the spectrum or falling between the cracks? We asked the chief economist of the Efficient Group Dawie Roodt, now also taking an interest in General Aviation, to spell out what the underlying dynamics mean. Can we really afford to cut ties with our Western Allies and what will it mean for our international connectivity? In the end we cannot affect politics, we can only reflect what is going on. We need to keep hoping and keep going on, regardless.

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Meet the team

Gerhard Dreyer

Gerhard Dreyer

Editor of International Air Affairs
Director of JCL Publications (Pty) Ltd

Cecile Lottering

Cecile Lottering

Assistant Editor of International Air Affairs
Director of JCL Publications (Pty) Ltd
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Johan Lottering

Johan Lottering

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Gerhard Dreyer

Gerhard Dreyer

Gerhard Dreyer is the new editor of International Air Affairs and a director of JCL Publications (Pty) Ltd. He obtained his Private Pilot’s Licence in 1992 and loves flying to the family game farm in the South African Lowveld. As attorney at law articles of this nature will soon appear from time to time. To him safety is non-negotiable and the open skies policy in Africa with international connectivity for both private and commercial aviation is an not only an ideal but an imperative for growth and sustainability.

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gerhard@dreyerlaw.co.za

Cecile Lottering

Cecile Lottering

Cecile Lottering is the assistant editor of International Air Affairs and a director of JCL Publications (Pty) Ltd. She co-owned an aviation business in sales, insurance, charter, and training for 23 years and served as a PA for respectively the Director of Public Relations at ARMSCOR and a senior partner at Deloitte’s auditing firm for several years. Promoting all aviation participants’ education, safety, and wellness has always been on her agenda while recognizing that countries can only maintain their safety, sovereignty, and independence by maintaining a strong defense system. To her, it is vital to maintain international connectivity and a global perspective.

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Johan Lottering

Johan Lottering

Johan Lottering serves as a technical advisor on matters affecting aviation safety, education, wellness, and training philosophy. He co-owned an aviation business in sales, insurance, charter, and training for 23 years and was a sports reporter and sub-editor at newspapers like Pretoria News, Hoofstad, and Die Transvaler in the 1980s. He also flew transport aircraft for an airline and was on contract at various stages of his career. As an instructor, many students, and quite a few other instructors were trained by him. Two books from his pen, Avoiding Fatal Flying Traps and Focused Flying, reflect his commitment to safety.

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