Centurion Air Cargo is in talks with an investor with an eye on resuming operations.
However, it is a race against time for the carrier, which could see its economic authority revoked as it has missed a deadline to provide the US Department of Transport (DoT) with “fitness information”.
In a filing last week to the DoT, Miami-based Centurion requested a three-month extension, to June 30, for a waiver for its ‘revocation-for-dormancy provisions’.
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