In Somalia banned the flying of old planes An

В Сомали запретили полеты старых самолетов Ан

The aircraft Antonov no authorized service centre in East Africa, where they could be repaired.

The Somali government has banned flights of four types of Antonov aircraft in the airspace of the country. The decision was made for security reasons, according to Voice of America on Wednesday, March 13.

It is noted that the civil aviation authority of Somalia (FADED) said that the aircraft An-24, An-26, An-32 and An-12 will not be able to operate in Somali airspace after March 15.

It is alleged that any incidents with built in Soviet times, aircraft were not, but were “dangerous situation.”

Initially EXTINGUISHED demanded that the operators of the airline ceased operations on 28 February. But then the deadline was extended to March 15.

It is also claimed that the aircraft Antonov no authorized service centre in East Africa, where they could be repaired.

Previously, more than half of all Boeing 737 ceased operations due to restrictions that were imposed on the use of the aircraft after the crash on the flight Ethiopian airlines ET302.

We will remind, on March 10, Boeing 737 Max 8 of Ethiopian Airlines airline performing flight from Addis Ababa to Nairobi, crashed 60 kilometres East of the capital of Ethiopia. The plane crash claimed the lives of 157 people.

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