LONDON—Central Asian carrier Turkmenistan Airlines has brought in Lufthansa Consulting to advise on improvements after EASA suspended the carrier’s safety authorization. The airline previously had EASA third-country operator (TCO) authorization, allowing it to serve destinations in the EU, but EASA withdrew this permission Feb. 4, forcing the carrier to halt European flights with its own fleet. On Feb. 15, Lufthansa Consulting said it was working with Turkmenistan Airlines to ...

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