The impact of COVID 19 continues to be felt on the global aviation sector with Regional German carrier Luftfahrtgesellschaft Walter (LGW) and Air Mauritius both going bust, having filed for insolvency and been placed in voluntary administration, respectively. On Wednesday, April 22 the Düsseldorf Local Court appointed attorney Dirk Andres as provisional administrator for the German airline, which was exclusively providing wet lease services to Lufthansa subsidiary, Eurowings. Attorney Michael Wilbert will also join the company’s management as a further managing director. Air Mauritius meanwhile has appointed accountants Grant Thornton to manage the airline’s voluntary administration process. A statement announcing
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