Sky Angkor Airlines fined for low altitude approach – ch-aviation

Sky Angkor Airlines (ZA, Phnom Penh) has been sanctioned by the Central and Southern China Regional Administration of the Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) for undertaking a dangerous approach at low altitude.

The China Aviation Daily reports the incident took place on May 26, 2016 during approach at Wuhan. The regulator concluded that the Cambodian carrier violated procedures relating to operating an aircraft properly and fined the airline with CNY20,000 (USD3,015).

Founded in 2011 as Skywings Asia Airlines (ZA, Phnom Penh), Sky Angkor Airlines operates a fleet of two A320-200s and one A321-200 on domestic flights, as well as international services from its Siem Reap hub to a number of Chinese cities including Beijing Capital, Chengdu, Hangzhou, Nanning and Wuhan.


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