Two of Thailand’s newest carriers could lose their air operator’s certificates (AOCs) in the coming weeks or months, but there are several other would-be airlines that may fill the void. The Department of Civil Aviation (DCA) issued JetAsia Airways with an AOC late last year but the department is preparing to cancel it, says Sumpun Pongthai, director of the DCA’s flight standards bureau. “Under regulation 85 if a carrier does not operate within six months, we need to cancel the AOC.” ...
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