The company Nature Air announced that they already have the endorsement of the General Directorate of Civil Aviation (DGAC) to reactivate operations, following a temporary suspension since January 12th.
Through a press release, the company confirmed that the measure was lifted on February 1st. However, flights will resume on the 5th.
The suspension was implemented after the DGAC detected a series of irregularities in the administrative structure of the company during an investigation conducted over the plane crash occurred on December 31st in Corozalito de Nandayure, Guanacaste, where 12 people died, including 10 American tourists.
Enio Cubillo, general director of the DGAC, confirmed that the authorization was made as of Monday on the basis of compliance with the requirements that were pending.
The company is also the object of a judicial investigation to determine the causes of the incident that occurred in Guanacaste. A couple of weeks ago, the Judicial Investigation Agency (OIJ) carried out a raid on two dependencies of Nature Air to look for elements that allow strengthening the investigations.
At the moment, the authorities have three hypotheses to explain the crash: the influence of strong winds, mechanical failure, or human error.