ViaAir (VC, Orlando Int'l) has announced it will resume scheduled passenger services at Lewisburg Greenbrier Valley Airport, West Virginia, later this week.

The Floridian carrier was forced to suspend operations shortly before New Year following an airport management decision to close the aerodrome to its flights.

However, ViaAir's Vice President (Operations), Matthew Macri, said in a statement that it now had managed to address all outstanding issues with representatives from the airport as well as other stakeholders during a conference call last week.

"ViaAir is pleased to have been able to work out any differences between the carrier and the Greenbrier Valley Airport," he said.

As such, the airline will resume limited flights to Lewisburg from January 9 onwards with full service to kick in a week later. As part of its Essential Air Services (EAS) contract with the US government, ViaAir is required to offer multiple-daily services from Lewisburg to Charlotte using ERJ-145 equipment.