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The airfield will be closed in the Khabarovsk Territory after the disaster with L-142
At the time of the crash test with a private jet L-142 in the Khabarovsk Territory, the Kalinka airfield near the regional center will be closed. By decision of the regional authorities, it will start functioning when it receives all the permissions.According to the head of the regional Ministry of Transport Valery Nemytov, the Kalink airfield has the status of a landing site, but it does not function quite legally, since this is the territory of the Ministry of Defense, which did not transmit it for civilian flights. According to the ministry, earlier the commission of the International Aviation Committee banned flights at the Kalinka airport.
They decided to close the airdrome due to air accidents at the airdrome. Last year, a plane crashed there, on April 18 this year, disaster with L-142when he went through flight tests to renew the certificate of airworthiness. In a disaster killing four people, The Far Eastern Investigation Directorate for Transport of the IC of the Russian Federation opened a criminal case.