Australia’s Darwin-headquartered Vincent Aviation—which operates a fleet of five Beechcraft 1900s, four SAAB 340s and one BAE 146-200 jet—has gone into receivership. The fleet has been grounded and Andrew Fielding and Gerald Collins of BDO Business Recovery & Insolvency have been appointed receivers and managers of the airline. Their first move was to cease trading in order to allow an urgent assessment of the business and its operations. The airline said in a statement ...

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