FlyMontserrat grounding deals blow to Montserrat

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FlyMontserrat grounding deals blow to Montserrat
The UK-based Air Safety Support International (ASSI), a wholly owned subsidiary of the UK Civil Aviation Authority, is currently conducting an audit of FlyMontserrat. Read more: http://www.caribbean360.com/index.php/business/625163.html?fb_action_ids=3814653539411%2C3814486095225%2C3811396817995%2C3811357657016%2C3811357497012&fb_action_types=og.recommends&fb_source=other_multiline&action_object_map=%7B%223814653539411%22%3A353604618063144%2C%223814486095225%22%3A129779510502657%2C%223811396817995%22%3A317332905040874%2C%223811357657016%22%3A355575744534073%2C%223811357497012%22%3A504252819586319%7D&action_type_map=%7B%223814653539411%22%3A%22og.recommends%22%2C%223814486095225%22%3A%22og.recommends%22%2C%223811396817995%22%3A%22og.recommends%22%2C%223811357657016%22%3A%22og.recommends%22%2C%223811357497012%22%3A%22og.recommends%22%7D&action_ref_map=[]#ixzz29llsbw5j
The UK-based Air Safety Support International (ASSI), a wholly owned subsidiary of the UK Civil Aviation Authority, is currently conducting an audit of FlyMontserrat.

BRADES, Montserrat – With its tourism industry already hurting due to limited air and sea access into the island, Montserrat has suffered a further setback in getting more travellers to the island with the official grounding of FlyMontserrat.

On October 16, Fly Montserrat received a letter from the Eastern Caribbean Civil Aviation Authority (ECCA) restricting them from flying into any ECCAA member state until the airline meets certain requirements, which effectively grounded the airline.

The ECCAA ban followed an incident in which a FlyMontserrat aircraft rolled onto the grass on landing at John Osborne Airport in Montserrat earlier that morning, and the deadly crash of another aircraft in Antigua on October 7 in which three people were killed.

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