Fledgling Dutch airline Maastricht Airlines—which planned to launch flights in March using two Fokker 50 turboprops—is seeking to reinvent itself after its initial attempt to get off the ground stalled. Delays in obtaining the leased aircraft led to the company filing for bankruptcy in late May. A curator, a court-appointed bankruptcy trustee, is now searching for potential avenues through which the airline can be rescued. According to Maastricht Airlines’ website, ...

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