The Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) has revoked the air operator’s certificate (AOC) for Ying’an Airlines because, CAAC said, the airline was no longer able to conduct safe operations. The Yunnan carrier is the smallest carrier in China and operated only one MA60 aircraft, which the regulator said did not comply with airworthiness requirements. CAAC cited “outflow of the main operation team and safety management professionals” as another reason for the ...

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