Zest Air suspension lifted
MANILA, Philippines — The Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP) lifted the suspension order on Zest Air Tuesday.
“That”s a relief and welcome news as it confirms that cooperation between CAAP and [Zest Air] is more productive,” Joy Caneba, Zest Air Director, said in a text message.
“This confirms that Zest Air has been operating following the standards required and will continue to do so,” she said.
CAAP previously suspended the license to operate of Zest Air in light of safety consideration of its airplanes.
Zest Air said that they would resume operations as soon as possible.
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