Yanair should improve safety of flights Photo from facebook.com LvivAirport Yanair, a Ukrainian airline, has temporarily been stripped of the right to carry out flights over safety drawbacks. "Following a comprehensive inspection of Yanair, the State Aviation Service has discovered a number of drawbacks (some of which are critical) in the organization of the carrier&#39;s activities, which may affect flight safety," the press service of Ukraine&#39;s State Aviation Service has said. Read alsoWizz Air increases frequency of Kyiv-Tallinn flights In this connection, the State Aviation Administration decided to suspend Yanair&#39;s license from 00:00 UTC (03:00 Kyiv time) on June 7. "According to the procedure, the license can be renewed after the company has eliminated the drawbacks and ensured an adequate level of safety in keeping with conclusions of the inspection," the regulator said. As UNIAN reported earlier, the State Aviation Service was going to strengthen control over the technical condition of aircraft used for the transport of passengers. The measure was related to an increased flow of tourists in summer.