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The ban on transportation in Kamchatka was extended by Vityaz-Aero

The ban on transportation in Kamchatka was extended by Vityaz-Aero
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The ban on commercial passenger transportation was extended by Vityaz-Aero. The Federal Air Transport Agency has banned flying until January 16, 2022.

According to the Federal Air Transport Agency, if the company does not eliminate the identified violations by this time, the regulator may prohibit flights. The Air Operator's Certificate currently only allows commercial transport.

Earlier in October, IAA EastRussia reported that the Federal Air Transport Agency had threatened to preemptively revoke flight certificates from "Kamchatka Aviation Enterprise "," Vityaz-Aero"And" Aeroservice ". At the same time, Vityaz-Aero said still on September 1 to eliminate of all violations, but so far the flight permits have not been returned to the company. The management suspects that large market players are interested in absorbing the company.

In August Rosaviatsia запретила Vityaz-Aero Airlines to carry out commercial passenger transportation. After the crash of her MI-8, the agency limited the operator's certificate.

Tragedy on the Kuril Lake occurred on 12 August. The MI-8 helicopter with 16 passengers and crew members sank during the landing approach. Eight people survived.  The department reported that the carrier cannot ensure the safety of passengers... Also, during the check, we found systematic violations of the MI-8 operating rules.

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