Brazil’s Itapemirim airlines allegedly forced to return aircraft for lack of payment

The airline announced the suspension of its activities on December 17 and would have delayed payments. In a note, the organization denies this.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - After suspending its activities on December 17, Itapemirim Transportes Aéreos (ITA) is experiencing another troubled chapter. This week, the company would have returned two of its aircraft to American DCAL 2 Leasing Limited, for lack of payment.

One of the aircraft, the PS-SFC, would have left the Brasilia International Airport on Wednesday, January 19, for the Tucson International Airport, where it will be stored. The other aircraft, the PS . . .

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