12 January 2020, Sunday 20:59:58

Ernest Airlines Suspends Operations

Italian operator Ernest Airlines has suspended its operations following having its operating license being temporarily suspended by the Italian Civil Aviation Authority, ENAC.

On January 11th 2020, Italian operator Ernest Airlines has suspended its operations following having its operating license being temporarily suspended by the Italian Civil Aviation Authority, ENAC.

The airline released a few statements on their website about the suspension and have said the following, “Following the provision of the National Civil Aviation Authority (ENAC) of 29 December 2019 regarding the temporary suspension of our operating license, we find ourselves unable to operate flights as of 11.01.2020. We therefore ask all our passengers not to go to the airport”.

Ernest continued, “We have done everything possible to be able to operate and guarantee as many of our flights as possible during the holiday period, and to assist passengers who have travelled or had to fly with us during these two weeks and who have unfortunately suffered delays or cancellations. Unfortunately, the provision released on 29.12.2019, resulted in a series of events, which caused various blockages and difficulties to our operations”.

Ernest Airlines’ last flight was from Lviv, Ukraine to Milan Bergamo, Italy on 10th January 2020 with their Airbus A320-233 registered as EI-GCC as flight EG277.

Ernest Airlines had four Airbus aircraft, one Airbus A319 and three Airbus A320’s. All four aircraft have since been returned to their lessors on 11th January 2020. 

Ernest Airlines Suspends Operations

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