Russian authorities have permitted Tupolev Tu-204 operator Red Wings to resume services after inspecting its measures to enhance safety.
The carrier was ordered to suspend operations on 4 February in the wake of the crash of one its eight Tu-204s at Moscow Vnukovo airport.
The country's federal aviation agency Rosaviatsia says the carrier has reshuffled management and hired a general director with appropriate skills and experience.
"It has carried out safety checks across the fleet, additional crew training and organisational measures to eliminate deficiencies which were found during an unscheduled safety audit at the beginning of this year," acknowledges the regulator.
"Overall, these steps enabled Red Wings to provide sound proofs that it is ready for and capable of resuming operations. Given this, Rosaviatsia has made a decision to restore its air operator's certificate allowing it to resume passenger and cargo services from 17 June."
In April, Red Wings also saw a change of ownership after Russian entrepreneur Alexander Lebedev sold its controlling stake in the airline for a token sum of Rb1 to a group of private investors.