Aviation authorities in Ukraine have revoked the operating licence of Ukraine Air Alliance (UAA), following the fatal crash of An-12 (UR-CAH) in Lviv on Friday 4th October 2019.
Ukraine Air Alliance is no longer listed on the state administration’s register of operators, which was recently revised on 7th October 2019.
European Union Aviation Safety Agency third-country operator approval for the carrier has also been withdrawn, according to the agency’s newly-updated register of authorised carriers.
Ukraine Air Alliance operates a fleet of 6 AN-12 at the time of publication.
|UR-CGV||6344610||Antonov An-12BK||Cargo||Blue Scheme|
|UR-CAK||6343707||Antonov An-12BK||Cargo||White Scheme|
|UR-CNT||00347505||Antonov An-12BK||Cargo||Blue Scheme|
|UR-CGW||402410||Antonov An-12B||Cargo||White Scheme|
|UR-CAJ||8346106||Antonov An-12BK||Cargo||White Scheme|
|UR-CZZ||401605||Antonov An-12BP||Cargo||Blue Scheme|