Indonesia’s Directorate General of Air Transportation (Dephub) has revoked the licence of BAe 146 operator Linus Airways. Linus had suspended operations on 27 April as a result of financial difficulties. Under Indonesian regulations, airlines may only suspend operations for a maximum of 30 days. The airline has been negotiating with new investors to enable services to resume, but has so far failed to secure new financing. National airline Garuda was reportedly interested in acquiring Linus so as to obtain a certificate for its own CitiLink division. Linus’ two BAe 146-200s, PK-LNI (msn E2204) and PK-LNJ (msn E2210), are currently at Indopelita’s facilty at Pondok Cabe.