Kiwi International is now allowed to operate all 15 of its aircraft. Four Boeing 727s had been taken out of service because of US Federal Aviation Administration concerns over the new airline entrant's pilot training. Two of the four aircraft were returned to service in late July and the other two three weeks later. The airline recently received a $2 million cash infusion from Recovery Equity Investors. The investment concern now has a one-third stake in the airline. It may invest an additional $6 million in the new carrier.


Source: Flight International