French airline Aigle Azur will be liquidated as of midnight Sept. 27 after a French commercial court rejected the remaining rescue offers under consideration for the already-grounded airline. Aigle Azur, which operated a fleet of 11 Airbus aircraft, went into receivership Sept. 2 following a surreal few weeks in the long history of the company, which saw former CEO Frantz Yvelin attempt to play down concerns over the airline’s financial position and finally stave off an attempted ...

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