British Virgin Island carrier BVI Airways plans seek US approval to serve Florida's Miami International Airport (MIA), after receiving its air operator’s certificate (AOC) from UK-based regulator Air Safety Support International (ASSI). ASSI is a wholly owned subsidiary of the UK’s Civil Aviation Authority. “This is a significant step forward toward commencing the first-ever, nonstop flights between the US and the BVI,” BVI Airways president and CEO Jerry ...

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