Fokker 100 aircraft operations suspended in Kazakhstan after air crash

Flights of the type that crashed near Almaty, Kazakhstan have been suspended, the Fokker-100 is in the airline’s fleet, the Ministry of Industry and Infrastructure Development of Kazakhstan reports, Trend reports citing RIA Novosti.

According to the ministry, on December 27 at 07:22 am local time a flight No. Z2100 of Bek Air airline flying en route Almaty – Nur-Sultan lost its altitude during take-off and broke through a concrete fence. There was a collision with a two-story building.

According to preliminary data, there were 95 passengers on board, five crew members.

“Until the circumstances of the incident are clarified, flights of this type of aircraft are temporarily suspended,” the report said.

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