Vietnamese carrier Air Mekong will ground all flights from March 1 and restructure the airline to help it return to profitability. The last flights of the carrier, owned by Halong Investment and Development, or BIM Group, are scheduled for February 28. The airline will then return its four Bombardier CRJ900 airplanes to Skywest Airlines. The restructuring process is expected to take some time and although the carrier’s owners have denied it is in financial difficulty, Air Mekong has never made a profit since it was established two years ago.
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