Russia’s Federal Air Transport Agency said it has suspended Yakutia Airlines’ international flights starting Nov. 5, until the Yakutsk-based carrier corrects flaws discovered during inspections. The agency found the airline provided “inaccurate information on the implementation of airworthiness directives on the Boeing 737-800.” “Airworthiness problems led to frequent and long departure delays on domestic and international flights,” the agency added. ...

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