"The decision was made because of a shortage of aircraft at Ural Airlines after yesterday's crash in the Moscow region," the airline said.
The press service added that the flights had been handed over to IrAero, and the company would maximize the use of backup planes to send passengers and restore flight schedules.
On the morning of August 15, the Ural Airlines plane departed from Zhukovsky Airport near Moscow to Simferopol. After takeoff, however, the birds boarded the two engines of the liner, after which a fire broke out. In this regard, the aircraft made a heavy landing in a field near the Ramenski area in the Moscow region.
The incident affects 76 people, 19 of whom are children. The United Kingdom opened criminal proceedings. At the same time, Rosprirodnadzor announced that the unauthorized landfill is within 2 km of the airport. The seagulls that live there can be the cause of what happened to the liner. An administrative case has been initiated.