The Thai Civil Aviation Department has suspended One-Two-Go Airlines Air Operator Cerificate for 30 days.
The department found shortcomings in the airline’s operations, flight schedules and maintenance, along with a lack of quality assurance. The airline had violated aviation safety regulations and lacked proper airline management. The flying licences of seven of the airline’s foreign pilots were revoked, six Indonesians and a Venezuelan, and the licences of two Thai pilots suspended. The department found the pilots on the airline’s MD80 series aircraft had submitted documents misstating their level of expertise. (Bangkok Post)