Kazakhstan’s Civil Aviation Committee suspends all the flights operated by Sky Service airline.
“Due to the recent crash of Eurocopter ES130 T2 in Almaty, the Civil Aviation Committee decided to suspend flights of Sky Service airline,” a press release reads.
Besides, the Committee notified all air carriers and operators to strictly observe flight operations regulations in civil aviation of Kazakhstan, which were approved by Acting Minister of Investments and Development on July 28, 2017, in regards to taking decisions for departure as per IFR and the peculiarities of taking decisions for departure and arrival under the VFR in adverse weather conditions.
Sky Service is a charter airline operating several helicopters and smaller aircraft. The airline offers passenger transportation services in Almaty region. (Kazinform/Business World Magazine)