CARIBAIR

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CARIBAIRCaribbean Airways
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When de Pass created Caribbean Airways, artificial flight was not unknown in the West Indies.
West Caribbean Airways was the chief beneficiary of a plan by state agency Aerocivil to transfer to other airlines a number of domestic and international routes that had belonged to ACES, which was liquidated Aug.
A West Caribbean Airways jet crashed Tuesday, and a Helios Airways jet crashed on Sunday.
West Caribbean Airways, a Colombian airline, began service in 1998.
In March, a West Caribbean Airways L-410 aircraft departing from Providencia, Colombia, failed to climb and hit hills close to the runway.
The publication of the blacklist follows five recent aircraft accidents, including the crash of a West Caribbean Airways charter flight in Venezuela which killed 152 French citizens from the Caribbean island of Martinique.
The decision comes after five recent aircraft accidents, including the crash of a West Caribbean Airways charter flight in Venezuela which killed 152 French citizens from the Caribbean island of Martinique.
The other major crashes this month include those of a Helios Airways Boeing 737 aircraft in Greece, a West Caribbean Airways MD-82 aircraft in Venezuela and a Tuninter ATR-72 aircraft which ditched into the sea off the coast of Sicily.
The humanitarian flight returned home 143 tourists who were stranded in Panama after a West Caribbean Airways aircraft crashed in Venezuela on 16 August.
Speaking to France Inter radio, the commissioner said that the crash of a West Caribbean Airways aircraft in Venezuela on Tuesday (16 August) showed that an airline blacklist was now vital.
A manslaughter inquiry is being prepared by prosecutors over the crash of a West Caribbean Airways aircraft in Venezuela on Tuesday (16 August).
The operations of West Caribbean Airways have reportedly been suspended by the Colombian government following the crash of one of its aircraft in Venezuela on Tuesday (16 August).
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