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Rosaviatsia may limit the airline "Yakutia" valid operator certificate

Rosaviatsia is considering the issue of introducing restrictions into effect of the certificate of the operator of the airline "Yakutia". This happened after the incident with the company's aircraft at Yakutsk airport.

According to the press service of the department, in 2018, during the inspections of Yakutia Airlines, Rosaviatsia revealed significant violations, including violation of the maximum duration of flight shifts, non-compliance with aircraft maintenance within the prescribed time limits, violation of the deadlines for replacing aircraft with limited resources and falsification of production and technical documentation.

Rosaviatsia has already stated that the Yakutia flight safety management system does not fully comply with the established requirements, and the airline’s management is not able to take effective measures to eliminate shortcomings in the activities of the enterprise. It also turned out that the aircraft Sukhoi Superjet 100, which, after landing rolled out of the runway, there was a delayed fault - the reversing device of the engine No. 2 was deactivated.

Employees of the department found flaws in the work of the airport of Yakutsk. It turned out that during landing of the aircraft on the runway there was ice, and this may indicate improper maintenance of the elements of the airfield in the operational state.