Canada suspends Air Operator Certificate to West Wind Aviation

It was because of operational deficiencies detected in inspections after a plane crash that the airline suffered a few days ago. West Wind Aviation, a Canadian airline based in the city of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, received the suspension of its Air Operator Certificate (AOC) from the government agency responsible for aerial transport regulations and policies, Transport Canada. The suspension of the certificate was made due to operational deficiencies after the inspection carried out on the ATR 42-300 aircraft and registration C-GWEA, which on December 13 was involved in an accident when it…

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