Australian regional carrier Brindabella Airlines has gone into receivership following the grounding of a number of its aircraft on safety grounds by the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA). In November, CASA directed the Canberra-based airline to conduct maintenance reviews on four of its Jetstream aircraft after finding Brindabella had overrun engine inspections. Two of these aircraft have now been approved for service.  On Dec. 14, a new directive became effective, grounding a ...

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