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...
Here is our rolling report with short aviation news for the month of February 2022: 8 – SAS will add Toronto to its network again from June from Copenhagen and Stockholm. It will offer three weekly services from Copenhagen and four from Stockholm, using its new...
UPDATE – After four years and seven months to the day of its first flight, the Russian Irkut MC-21-300 has received its type certificate on December 28. The Federal Air Transport Agency Rosaviatsiya awarded the basic certificate after the MC-21 successfully...
Gazprom Neft announced it launched an alliance with aviation industry leaders to help ensure the use of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) at Russian airports in accordance with international standards. The Eurasian SAF Alliance is the first Russian sustainable aviation...
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