Waves, a small airline based in the Channel Islands, has cancelled all of its flights until September due to a licensing problem.
Waves, an air taxi service, was launched last November but was prevented from selling any seats following a competitor dispute.
ITV reported that the airline is refocusing its position in the market and is looking towards September 1st as a date to get back up and running.
CEO of the airline stated the next two months will involve a restructuring of the airline.
The lengthy process of licensing caused a detrimental effect to the staff of the airline, the company director stated.