BESTFLY PROVISIONALLY GETS RID OF THE PLANE THAT NEVER GOT CERTIFICATION TO OPERATE IN CAPE VERDE

It is the Embraer E-190-E1, which arrived in Cape Verde on June 4, 2022 and which, according to Bestfly's plans, should allow the company to increase Cape Verde's connections with Portugal and countries on the west African coast.

Jan 4, 2024 - 05:08
Jan 4, 2024 - 05:10
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BESTFLY PROVISIONALLY GETS RID OF THE PLANE THAT NEVER GOT CERTIFICATION TO OPERATE IN CAPE VERDE
BESTFLY PROVISIONALLY GETS RID OF THE PLANE THAT NEVER GOT CERTIFICATION TO OPERATE IN CAPE VERDE
However, the device never operated commercially in Cape Verde, because in a year and a half it failed to obtain Aviation Agency certification Civil (AAC) .
At the end of 2022, the airline had complained about the regulator's delay and bureaucracy in releasing the plane and, at a certain point, in the middle of last year, professionals from Embraer were in Cape Verde to help with the process, but the plane never flew. .
According to AAC, it was Bestfly itself that requested the suspension of the process of including the aircraft model in its operational specifications.
As a result, the dispute remained open and the plane did not fly on commercial routes.
Now, according to the Newsaero website, the plane will be rented for three months to the airline Air Burkina, from Burkina Faso.

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