Tianjin-based Okay Airways will shut down for one month owing to conflicts between airline management and controlling stakeholder Juneyao Group, which sent a letter to CAAC claiming it no longer is able to guarantee Okay's operational safety. The carrier will suspend operations from Dec. 15 to Jan. 15, as instructed by CAAC, which will send staff to audit Okay's safety standards. It has delayed taking delivery of its second MA60 (ATWOnline, Oct. 21). Juneyao, which controls 63% of Okay, said ...

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