California Pacific Airlines plans to resume flights Wednesday

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After two days of cancellations, North County’s California Pacific Airlines says it will be back in the air Wednesday.

Mechanical issues among its four-plane fleet grounded all flights on Monday and Tuesday. It has had numerous delays and cancellations in its first month of operation out of McClellan-Palomar Airport and other locations.

Ryan Divita, sales and marketing director for the airline, said minor maintenance issues and getting parts for planes canceled the flights. The airline declined to make public exactly what the mechanical issues were.

“Unfortunately, it’s been a perfect storm of all the aircraft having issues at the same time,” he said on Tuesday. “It was completely unrelated. The only thing in common was the bad timing.”

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