Skyjet Airlines on Thursday withdrew the P20-million damage claim filed against the Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines (CAAP).
Dino R. Chua, airline president, apologized in the letter he sent to CAAP for the inconvenience they created against the country’s aviation regulator. He added that the company will continue to take “comprehensive enhanced actions relative to the flight data monitoring, quality assurance, airworthiness, and maintenance control.”
The CAAP ordered the suspension of Air Operator Certificate of the airline because of safety shortcomings. But Skyjet was granted a 20-day temporary restraining order but CAAP officials did not issue a permit for airworthiness citing air safety.