Aerocalifornia operations ban to be partially lifted.
A ban on Mexico's Aerocalifornia operations is to be partially lifted by the Mexican authorities.
The carrier is based in La Paz, Baja California and operates services in Mexico and to some US airports, including Los Angeles.
On 2 April the authorities grounded the airline because of safety concerns as inspections carried out during more than a year turned up serious deficiencies, Reuters reported.
According to the country's transport ministry the problems are now resolved.
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|Date:||Jun 27, 2006|
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