This was announced by press officer of the Ukrainian Army General Staff Vladyslav Selezniov, Censor.NET informs citing Ukrinform.
"All scheduled training flights have been suspended until causes of the tragedy are established," he said.
The spokesman also said that the Su-25 fell near Mykhailivka village, 40 kilometers north of Zaporizhia. The pilot, 1992, served as a senior lieutenant within Mykolaiv Aviation Brigade.
According to Selezniov, the pilot did his utmost to divert the aircraft from settlements. The local population has not been affected as a result of the accident.
As previously reported, Ukraine's Air Force Su-25 military aircraft crashed during a scheduled training flight in the Zaporizhia region today, Nov. 11.
Chief Military Prosecutor Anatolii Matios said the plane might fall after colliding with a high-voltage power line.