Here is our rolling report with short aviation news for the month of May 2022: 20 – The Italian financial police Guardia Finanza has confiscated four Sukhoi Superjet aircraft that were parked in Venice. The police has also blocked the ninety-percent share of...
We spoke with Oleg Evdokimov, who is currently in Russia and is a Russian aviation expert. Our conversation was constrained – we could not use certain words or language for his personal security. To be clear, traffic to our site from Russia has spiked and we...
Sanctions from the European Union, the US, and Canada over Ukraine have already severely curtailed Aeroflot’s international operations. Since Thursday, the airline is also banned from two global distribution networks (GDS). Banning Aeroflot from GDS hurts...
Based on an article published by the Russian site FrequentFlyers Aeroflot will not return leased aircraft to European companies. It appears that Russia will take these aircraft as part compensation for losing access to its foreign reserves. The article goes on to...
The closure of US airspace to Russian aircraft that becomes effective at the end of today, March 2, is a delayed response to the same decision taken by the European Union and Canada on Sunday. “The United States stands with our allies and partners across the world in...
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