YanАir is approved to resume operations

YanAir YanAir’s Air Operator’s Certificate was originally suspended on June 7 (YanAir)

Ukraine’s State Aviation Service has restored the Air Operator’s Certificate (AOC) of YanAir Airlines, which was suspended on June 7 after the agency found several non-compliances in the airline’s operations regarding flight safety concerns, some of them critical.

During the AOC suspension, YanAir’s flights were fulfilled by Jonika Airlines, another Ukrainian carrier. “We hope that this airline, as well as all others, has understood that we’re not joking when it comes to passenger safety and we won’t neglect the regulation,” Ukraine infrastructure minister Vladimir Omelyan warned on his facebook page.

YanAir fully resumed its flights on June 18. Its current AOC, number UK043, was granted for a period of two years in November 2018. The airline launched operations in 2013 and now operates a fleet of seven aircraft: three Boeing 737-400s, two Boeing 737-300s, an Airbus A320 and an Airbus A321.

YanAir operates a number of scheduled and charter flights from Ukraine. Its scheduled route network includes flights from Kyiv, Kharkiv and Odesa to Batumi in Georgia.

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