Australia’s Alligator Airways remains suspended and grounded by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) as it continues to investigate “a range” of safety issues. The Kununurra-based carrier had its air operator’s certificate and certificate of approval suspended May 3 due to “concerns about aircraft maintenance, failure to report incidents, inadequate pilot training records, a deficient safety culture, an inability of key personnel to carry out their ...

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