Peru's Ministry of Transport and Communications suspended all scheduled services operated by domestic carrier Aerocondor using its fleet of four 737-200s owing to safety concerns. It noted that earlier this week one of the -200s "had a serious problem with a turbine" that prevented takeoff and that this was just the latest in a string of incidents involving the carrier's -200s. The airline issued a statement saying that the "rise in the price of the fuel" led it to ground its 737-200 fleet ...

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