The incident with the aircraft of Kazakh airline "air Astana", which took place in the span of the aircraft after routine maintenance in Portugal is associated with the error when carrying out repairs in the country, said the Aviation administration of Kazakhstan (AAK) with reference to the results of the investigation of the Department for the prevention and investigation of aviation accidents Portugal (GPIAAF).
Earlier air Astana reported that on 11 November 2018 its Embraer 190 aircraft performed a ferry flight KC1388 to Kazakhstan from aviation technical center in Lisbon, where the aircraft has passed the routine maintenance c-check. During the flight experienced technical difficulties causing the crew decided to land at the nearest airport, according to security procedures. The head of the airline Peter foster had previously reported that the pilots managed to land the plane on the third attempt after the partial recovery of control of the aircraft.
The Portuguese authorities re-impose restrictions to combat coronavirus pandemic in the subregion of greater Lisbon, the urban agglomeration, which includes the capital and nearby satellite cities, writes Diário de Notícias citing a statement by the Prime Minister, antónio Costa.
In particular, again it is forbidden to gather companies for more than ten people, until recently, were not allowed the company to 20 people, violators will issue a fine. In addition, shops, shopping centres and companies providing services will have to close at eight o'clock p.m., except public catering enterprises and restaurants that are exclusively designed for serving dishes in the cafe, takeaway or food delivery.