Peru's civil aviation administration (DGAC) legally suspended efforts at recertification by grounded AeroPeru's former employees and some of its creditors. According to the relevant DGAC resolution, legal trustees in charge of AeroPeru's bankruptcy proceedings have failed to show sufficient economic and financial capacity to support such claims. The DGAC also questions the legality of agreements by the committee of creditors in its management role.
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