Air Madrid suspended operations Friday, saying on its website that a row with Spanish civil aviation authorities over the publicly threatened suspension of the LCC's operating certificate has "destroyed, completely, the commercial image of Air Madrid," harmed ticket sales, caused problems with suppliers and made it impossible to continue flying. The airline reportedly incurred authorities' ire over repeated and lengthy flight delays. Founded in 2004, it operates nine Airbus aircraft and has ...

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