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Mekong Airlines

Mekong Airlines

Mekong Airlines is still stalled in its bid to fly Cambodia's skies. The carrier,

owned by Australian company VIA Aviation Limited and Cambodia's Hun Kim Leng Investments,

was granted its operating license in March, and at one point scheduled its first

flight for July. CEO Denzil Sprague said he was not yet sure when the airline would

get off the ground, but the company was taking it in stride. "We've got a couple

of hurdles to overcome and we're confident we'll get into the air," he said.

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