Kazakhstan • 28 December, 2019

Bek air’s Air Operator certificate and certificate of Airworthiness suspended

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Kazakhstan Aviation Administration suspends Bek air’s Air Operator certificate and certificate of Airworthiness.

The certificate of Airworthiness of the aircraft from the accident was issued in May 2019. The Fokker 100 release was in April 1996. It was re-registered in the Kazakhstan registry on August 26, 2016 (certificate number 940), with initial registry in 2013.

"Bek air has 10 aircrafts registered. Currently, Air Operator certificate and certificate of Airworthiness of Bek air are suspended by the Aviation Administration of Kazakhstan. Air Operator Certificate for Bek Air is suspended indefinitely by Aviation administration of Kazakhstan until all enquires are resolved," reads the message.

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