Timor Air (BF) has confirmed it signed a memorandum of understanding with a partner carrier and is gearing up for jet operations.
Courtesy, Timor Air Timor Air (BF) has confirmed it signed a memorandum of understanding with a partner carrier and is gearing up for jet operations. Newly appointed CEO James Stewart Kim, managing director of AvCon Worldwide Ltd., told ATW that the fledgling airline expects to start jet operations in “three to four months time” after entering into an agreement with AvCon, a London-based aviation consulting firm, to manage the business. BF launched last July in a ...
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