Rostransnadzor found no serious violations in the work of flydubai

Rostransnadzor revealed no significant violations in the work of the low-cost carrier flydubai, whose Boeing 737-800 crashed in the middle of March in Rostov-on-don. This was reported in the Monday, April 4, the journalists by the Deputy head of the Department Vladimir Chertok, reports TASS.

“I can say that there is nothing substantial affecting the safety has not yet been identified, although checks we carry out. Comments, but they are in working order,” said Chertok.

He noted that the results of the study of the causes and circumstances of the crash yet. “Until the preliminary report of the investigation Commission and until it says some benchmarks and make recommendations, we naturally strengthen checks on such a company and similar. It is normal practice”, said the Deputy head of Rostransnadzor.

According to him, significant violations there, and in other low-cost airlines. Chertok reported that flights to Russia is carried out 14 low-cost airlines, of which 13 are foreign.

The plane Boeing 737-800 of flydubai company, flying from Dubai to Rostov-on-don, was wrecked on the night of 19 March when landing. Onboard the liner there were 55 passengers and seven crew members. They all died.

After the accident Rostransnadzor started checking the Russian and foreign low-cost airlines.