Tiara Air flights will stop definitively after restarting three weeks ago
ORANJESTAD, WILLEMSTAD - Three weeks ago it resumed its flight, but now the Aruban airline Tiara Air once again has stopped flying. This is according to a report from the Aruban news agency NoticiaCla.com. Tiara Air flew to Curaçao and it was the airline’s intention to operate at least one flight per day, but it did not happen.
The only aircraft they have gave problems which could not be flown. Although the airline itself has released no information about this, NoticiaCla.com has managed to figure out that the aircraft is on the ground because the radar transponder is not working. As long as this defect is not corrected, Tiara Air will not be allowed to use this aircraft.
Not being able to carry out flights will ultimately affect the finances of the company. The company's management announced three weeks ago that the restart was to generate funds for the payment of the former employees who still have not received their salaries. The former employees’ ultimatum will expire this coming Friday, but they have not heard anything from Tiara Air as of yet. The fact that the aircraft is on the ground means that the company has no income. That will complicate the payment of former employees.