The small Eastern Caribbean based Hummingbird Airlines is scheduled to resume operations next month, following a suspension of flights in the aftermath of two recent incidents.
The airline suspended all flights after it crash-landed in Barbuda in August and again in St. Lucia earlier this month.
Airline official, Sam Raphael is quoted as saying the carrier will resume operations in late December.
He said the decision to stop flying was in an effort to restructure its operating procedures and make management changes.
He added that the company is taking time out to retrain captains and other changes to better serve the traveling public.
Following the latest incident in St. Lucia at the George Charles Airport on November 9, in which the landing gear of the plane failed, the company said it would conduct internal investigations.