CAAP lifts ZestAir‘s suspension confirming the airline is operating and following aviation guidelines. This follows after CAAP suspends ZestAir over safety violations. In the August 16 report, the airworthiness inspectors said it found continuing safety violations made by ZestAir and recommended the immediate suspension of its operations.
ZestAir, in it’s official press statement released on August 17, wished to highlight and reiterate that all eleven (11) aircrafts are safe and airworthy. “We will never risk the safety of our passengers. The reason why management in the past weeks have decided to voluntarily stop our aircraft from flying is to proactively ensure that any issues discovered, are rectified or properly addressed before we use the aircraft for commercial operations,” the statement continues.
Today, CAAP lifts the suspension order which proves ZestAir is safe and airworthy. “That’s a relief and welcome news it confirms that cooperation between CAAP and airline is more productive. This confirms that Zest Air has been operating following the standards required and will continue to do so. We will go back to normal operations as soon as possible and because of this we are more determined to be the best player in the market – be bigger and give only the best service to our passengers,” said Joy Caneba, ZestAir Director, on the lifting of CAAP suspension earlier.
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