JetAir Caribbean (4J, Curaçao) appears to have halted ticket sales after its sole company-owned Fokker 70 experienced technical issues, according to ch-aviation research. The airline could not immediately be reached for comment.

Unconfirmed reports by Curaç and Luchtvaartnieuws indicated that the airline's management and legal team were seeking court approval to delay payments to creditors, which raised concerns about potential bankruptcy.

According to ADS-D data, flights on June 17 operated as scheduled, but the airline's website no longer allows forward bookings.

Last month, Jet Air announced it had organised charter flights to assist passengers after it temporarily cancelled its services, citing engine problems.

According to ch-aviation fleets data, the airline operates one F70, PJ-JAB (msn 11585), powered by Rolls-Royce RB183 Tays. ADS-B data shows the aircraft was parked for more than a week at Curaçao from May 17. It resumed regular schedules on May 26 to St. Maarten, Kingston Norman Manley, Medellín José Maria Córdova, Aruba, and Bonaire.

In April, JetAir wet-leased an E120 from Venezuela’s Albatros Airlines (GAL, Maracay Mariscal Sucre), which experienced an engine fire on April 3, according to the Curaçao Chronicle.