Australia’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) is investigating low-cost carrier Jetstar. It is alleged that the airline did not carry out certain maintenance procedures on time on four Airbus A320 aircraft. “We are taking a look at their maintenance control system to ensure they are performed properly,” said a CASA spokesman. He added that the agency has not identified any safety issues. The airline took four A320s out of service temporarily late on 7 July for maintenance procedures, said Jetstar. “We identified some routine maintenance tasks that should have been completed within specific time limits. As soon as this was
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