Banjul-based Gambia Bird Airlines, which launched in Oct. 2012 in partnership with German carrier Germania, has suspended its operations until further notice. In a brief statement issued on Dec. 30, Gambia Bird Airlines said it had ceased commercial flight operations with immediate effect. It gave no reason for the decision. Gambia Bird Airlines operated a pair of Airbus A319s on lease from Germania Express in a two-class configuration. It served a number of cities within ...

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