Indonesian carrier Sky Aviation has temporarily suspended operations until 31 March as it seeks new investors.
The airline is undergoing an “audit for a new investor”, says the country’s director for air transport Djoko Muratmodjo. He declined to comment on what action would be taken if the airline does not resume operations after the end of the month.
Calls by Flightglobal to the airline seeking more information on the suspension went unanswered.
Flightglobal data shows that the airline has a fleet of nine aircraft: one Cessna 208B Grand Caravan, five Fokker 50 turboprops, and three Sukhoi Superjet 100 regional jets in its fleet. It also has a Fokker 100 in storage.
Prior to suspending operations, the airline operated a mix of scheduled and charter services across Indonesia.