The US Department of Transport has called on Centurion Air Cargo to provide evidence of its ‘fitness to operate’ before it can resume service.
Last month, Miami-based Centurion applied for a waiver of the revocation-for-dormancy provisions for an initial period of three months, until March 30, 2018.
It said it intended to resume operations under the same ownership and in “substantially the same fashion” as before.
It argued that although it was not …
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