The Civil Aviation Authority said that it sent a letter to HiSky Company that on February 20 announced the launch of its activity, informing it about the refusal to issue an air operator’s certificate. It asked the company to present documents concerning the right of HiSky to sell tickets in its own name, IPN reports.
In a press release, the Civil Aviation Authority noted that on November 14, 2019 HiSky applied for an air operator’s certificate and on December 23 the Authority decided to suspend the period for examining the application given that the applicant didn’t respect provisions of the Government’s Regulations concerning the presence of aircraft.
On January 22, 2020, the suspension of the period for examining the application of November 14 expired and the missing documents haven’t been yet presented. The Civil Aviation Authority issued HiSky with a letter, informing it about the refusal to provide an air operator’s certificate.