CAA to bar Far Eastern Air Transport access to cross-strait routes

Victoria
By Victoria May 29, 2013 10:08

CAA to bar Far Eastern Air Transport access to cross-strait routes

Far Eastern Air Transport could be temporarily barred from access to new cross-strait routes by the Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA) following a series of incidents last month that exposed safety issues with the airline.
Following a CAA inspection of the airline from May 2 to May 8, the body decided to “temporarily freeze the expansion of the airline’s business and restrict the number of charter flights and cross-strait flights it can offer.”
The freeze will take effect from Saturday, with the airline limited to offering no more than five cross-strait charter flights per month and prevent the company from accessing new cross-strait routes.
Lin said that the CAA is scheduled to inspect the airline again on June 14, adding that further measures could be implemented if the airline does not address its safety issues.

Victoria
By Victoria May 29, 2013 10:08
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