Turkish Airlines, whose aircraft was hit on November 21 at Odesa airport, canceled all flights to Odesa until December 1.
The State Aviation Service of Ukraine announced this information. Dumskaya.net reports.
"As for the Boeing 737 itself, it suffered serious damage to the forebody and is most likely not subject to restoration. As experts say, there was a deformation of bends of power set. In other words, the "muzzle" led slightly to the right, so the geometry of the aircraft's fuselage was broken. Of course, such damage can be repaired, but for this purpose, the board will have to be moved to the workshop of one of the Ukrainian aircraft building plants, which is very expensive and will take a lot of time. In addition, Boeing is unlikely to provide the necessary repair documentation," reads the message.
It is reported that seven specialists from Turkey have arrived at the airport today to study the issue.
As we reported earlier, late evening, November 21, a Turkish Airlines Boeing 737 made an emergency landing at Odesa International Airport, landing on its belly.