Cracks were between the wing and the fuselage.
At least 3 Ryanair Boeing 737 aircraft stopped flights due to cracks between the wing and the fuselage. It is reported by The Guardian.
While other airlines, such as the Australian Qantas and America’s Southwest, voiced the number of their aircraft damaged by cracks, Ryanair, which operates the largest fleet of 737 in Europe, previously refused to confirm how many aircraft were damaged.
All 3 aircraft have been over 15 years old.
After these cases, when cracks were found in many planes, UIA also decided to test its equipment. So far, no cracks have been found on the UIA aircraft.
Recently it became known that the Turkish low-cost airline Pegasus Airlines will open a new flight from Kiev to the city of Dalaman next year.