The parent company of Air Antilles, Compagnie Aérienne Interrégionale Express (CAIRE) has been placed into liquidation by the Mixed Commercial Court of Pointe-à-Pitre, amid strikes at subsidiary Air Antilles, local media reports. A court-appointed representative will handle the company until a buyer can be found and a call to the buyer will be issued during the next hearing. Both, Air Antilles and Air Guyane will be given a two-month continuation period, reports the Daily Herald. In July, it emerged the group was facing financial difficulties following chief executive officer Eric Koury’s announcement that he was filing for a suspension of
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