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  • Bolivia suspends LAMIA Bolivia's AOC
    The Bolivian government has temporarily suspended charter carrier LAMIA Bolivia's air operator certificate and the top officials of the country's aviation regulators, following the fatal LAMIA Bolivia crash in Colombia on 28 November.
  • Tanzania orders two CS300s and one Q400
    Tanzania has placed firm orders for two Bombardier CS300s and one Q400 turboprop, which will be leased to Air Tanzania.
  • United steps back on 777-300ER bases
    United Airlines may not base its first Boeing 777-300ERs at its Newark hub, with chief commercial officer Julia Haywood saying the decision has yet to be made.
  • EC takes Norwegian US rights dispute to arbitration
    Europe has formally pushed to arbitration its concerns over the US failure to approve Norwegian Air International s (NAI) application for a foreign air carrier permit.
  • AirAsia founders' MYR1bn cash injection inches forward
    Malaysia's central bank, Bank Negara Malaysia, has approved the offshore loans that for AirAsia's founders Tony Fernandes and Kamarudin Meranun will use to inject over MYR1 billion ($247 million) into the airline.