State Air Service decertifies Ukraine Air Alliance air company

The air company was decertified on October 4; it owned Antonov An-12 aircraft that
18:33, 7 October 2019

Ukraine Air Alliance air company was decertified. The company owned the An-12 airplane, which recently crashed near Lviv. The press office of the State Air Service reported that.

"By order of the State Air Service of Ukraine as of October 4, 2019, No. 1334 validity of the exploiter certificate of the Ukraine Air Alliance private joint-stock company has been terminated since October 5, 2019, 12:00 a.m.," the message reads. 

It is unknown why the company was decertified.

As it was reported earlier, the damaged plane had made an emergency landing not far from Lviv. Antonov An-12 landed near the cemetery in Sokilnyky. Seven people were aboard.

The plane could go down due to the mistake of the pilot or run out of fuel

"Now we consider two versions: the first is that the fuel ran out, and the second is the mistake of the pilot because the plane did not enter the visual approach..." Deputy Infrastructure Minister of Ukraine Yuriy Laverenyuk said. 

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