Prime Minister Vladimir Groisman has instructed the Minister of infrastructure Volodymyr Omelyan together with the heads of several other ministries, the Ministry of transport and the SBU to urgently review the situation regarding the possible limitations of aircraft operations at several airports in the Eastern region of Ukraine. About it reports a press-service of the Cabinet of Ministers.

Limitations of flights for European airlines in the airports of Kharkov, Dnepr and Zaporozhye was raised by the European aviation safety Agency (EASA) due to the proximity of these airports to the ATO area.

The Ministry of infrastructure entrusted in cooperation with other ministries and agencies to work out reasonable proposals and to provide an explanation of EASA with the aim of preventing strategically important for the Ukrainian airports were in actual aircraft insulation.

See also: closed sky. Half of Ukraine can revoke the air traffic

Earlier it was reported that deputies of the Kharkiv city Council appealed to the Prime Minister asking him to prevent the closure of air space over Kharkov.

The Cabinet is concerned with possible aviation exclusion of Eastern Ukraine 22.09.2017

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