Brisbane-based regional carrier Jetgo Australia has grounded its passenger services after entering into voluntary administration today (June 1). The airline operated a fleet of five Embraer aircraft, flew regular passenger services to and from Brisbane and Melbourne’s Essendon Airport to regional centres in the eastern states. In a stamen, the company said: “Jetgo Australia will continue limited charter operations, however, all Regular Passenger Transport scheduled services are suspended for the duration of the administration period.”

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