22:35 14 Mar 2022

The EU air regulator terminates certificates of Russian airlines

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has suspended the certificates of Russian airlines. All because of EU sanctions.

The press service of the European Aviation Safety Agency reported this.

"EASA has decided to suspend all certificates issued by it, including certificates for products, spare parts, and devices, as well as certificates for training centers and flight simulators if the certificate holder is located or living in Russia or otherwise subject to sanctions," the EASA press service said.

The list of organizations whose certificates have been suspended includes:

  • airlines: Aeroflot, S7, Volga-Dnipro, Ural Airlines and others;
  • enterprises in aircraft maintenance: A-Technix, S7 Engineering, Volga-Dnipro Technique, and others.

Aircraft, including Russia's Superjet 100 and Tu-204, are also on the list.

At the same time, the aircraft regulator suspended the reception and review of applications for certification that have already been received.

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