Two days ago United Aircraft Corporation (UAC), Russia’s main aircraft OEM announced a deal with Aeroflot for 339 aircraft. Deliveries start in 2023 and go through 2030. Aeroflot decides to buy a new fleet. The Russian-made aircraft have limited range but that...
EASA, the European aviation authority, suspended EASA certification of current Russian aircraft and will no longer accept applications to certify new Russian aircraft. These new developments are in addition to sanctions following the invasion of Ukraine that Russia...
UPDATE February 27 – An Airbus A350-900 that departed Toulouse for Moscow on the evening of February 24 could very well have been the last new Western airliner to have joined a Russian airline for some time. With the war in Ukraine developing by the hour, the...
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...
Let’s reflect on 2021 with a selection of pictures to highlight events of another difficult year for aviation. The year was largely dominated (again) by the pandemic, resulting in numerous travel restrictions and border closures. Domestic air travel in Russia...
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