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July 2016

The Sukhoi Superjet SSJ-100 is this month’s cover star. The reason: We got to fly it from Miami to Mexico, and we loved every bit of it! The photo we chose features a spectacular air-to-air shot of the Russian/Italian airliner

Boeing Downgrades Dozens of Orders amid Geopolitical Concerns

Boeing has removed 141 aircraft from its backlog of pending orders, some due to the conflict in Ukraine and sanctions against Russia.

Airbus Discloses March Orders, Deliveries Numbers

DALLAS – March 2022 has been a busy month at Airbus, with new aircraft orders, cancellations, and an impressive number of deliveries. Here are the newsworthy insights we have tracked down. First, a look at the overall numbers. Figures provided

US Issues Temporary Denial Orders against Russian Airlines

The US Commerce Department has announced enforcement charges against Aeroflot (SU), Azur Air (ZF), and UTair (UT) for breaching export limits.

Putin Allows Russian Airlines to Pay Lessors in Rubles

Russian President Vladimir Putin has decreed that Russian airlines will be able to use rubles via accounts at Russian banks to pay leasing companies from "unfriendly" countries for the use of aircraft and engines.

IATA Report: Ukraine Crisis and Air Transport

Willie Walsh, IATA Director General, shared the perspective of the association on the war in Ukraine and the ensuing humanitarian crisis. His words are followed by an analysis from IATA, ranging from safety concerns to the impact of soaring oil

Bermuda Withdraws Russian Aircraft Airworthiness Certification

The Bermuda Civil Aviation Authority (BCAA) announced the suspension of its airworthiness certifications for airplanes operated in Russia.

Russian Draft Law Risks Mass Default on Leased Aircraft

Russia has drafted a law that may bar its airlines from returning leased planes, raising the stakes in a battle with Western financiers over US$10bn in aircraft.

Avoiding Airspace: The Return of Cold War Flying

As of this week, airlines are banned from flying over parts of the world due to airspace blockades and sanctions amid the ongoing Ukraine crisis. In this article, we'll take a look at the consequences airlines must face from the

Repossessing Aircraft in Time of Crisis: A Daunting Task

How do you repossess US$12bn in aircraft from airlines based in a country controlled by a hostile government that has closed its airspace? And how do you get it done by a March 28 deadline?

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