A day after entering insolvency proceedings, Lugano, Switzerland-based regional carrier Darwin Airline has had its air operator’s certificate (AOC) suspended by Swiss regulators. The carrier, which had planned to continue flying under its AOC while it reorganized via Swiss insolvency regulations, said in a message on its website that its operating license had been “temporarily suspended by the [Switzerland] Federal Office of Civil Aviation” (FOCA), adding, “therefore ...

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