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Air Antilles denies losing AOC after being grounded over maintenance lapses

After seeing its aircraft grounded, Air Antilles denied allegations that its Air Operator Certificate was suspended by French authorities....


Opinion: Mexican flight training is on a dangerous path

For two years I have the opportunity to contribute my personal views in this column. During this time, I have written five times about current problems with aviation schools in our country [red. note: F. M. McGregor is a columnist at Mexican aviation news portal Aviacon 21], as well as the unusual number of incidents and accidents in recent months. Unfortunately, they not only continue to occur, but are increasing....


LAW not to fly again as investigation reveals serious breaches

Latin American Wings (LAW) will not fly again after the General Directorate of Civil Aeronautics (DGAC) of Chile definitively revoked its Air Operator Certificate (AOC), following the results of an audit conducted in March 2018....


Latin American Wings suspended by Chilean authorities

The Direccion General de Aeronautica Civil (DGAC), the Chilean civil aviation authority, suspended the air operator‘s certificate of the company Latin American Wings (LAW) until further notice....