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Dozens of pilots were left without work after the disaster of the liner An-148 “the Saratov airlines”, which crashed in February 2018. This was announced by Prosecutor General Yuri Chaika, the newspaper “Kommersant”.
In the course of Supervisory inspections, it was established that they graduated from South Ural state University, which had no certificate of aviation training center and approved by the Federal air transport Agency training program. The pilots were deprived of their certificates and remain without work — they filed appeal in the court, but their claims were rejected.
In February 2018, it became known that the co-pilot crashed in the suburbs of the aircraft did not have the higher profile education — he graduated from the 10-month training courses.
The plane An-148 of “Saratov airlines”, EN route from Moscow to Orsk, crashed on February 11 in Moscow. On Board were 65 passengers and 6 crew members, they all died. Interstate aviation Committee after decoding of flight recorders have called the official version of wreck of An-148 in the suburbs: according to experts, the pilots could receive wrong information about the speed of flight due to icing of the receivers is full of pressure.
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