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Aeroflot Purchases Eight Leased Aircraft

Aeroflot (SU) has bought eight leased aircraft from foreign leasing companies as a way to meet its contractual obligations.

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Russian Outbound Tourism Collapses amid Ukraine Invasion

Russian outbound tourism has declined as a result of Russia’s military operations in Ukraine.

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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.

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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.

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Aeroflot Subsidiary Pobeda Reduces Fleet by 40%

To ensure the supply of spare parts until the end of 2022, Russian carrier Pobeda (DP) has reduced its fleet from 41 to 25 aircraft.

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Bermuda Withdraws Russian Aircraft Airworthiness Certification

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

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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 current geopolitical tensions.

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Aeroflot Suspends All Foreign Flights

From March 8, Aeroflot Airlines (SU) will suspend flights to all overseas destinations. The airline will continue to fly to Minsk, Belarus.

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American Airlines Suspends oneworld Agreement with Aeroflot, S7 Airlines

American Airlines (AA) has suspended its interline agreements with Aeroflot (SU) and S7 Airlines (S7), making it the latest airline to sever ties with Russian carriers.

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Today in Aviation: Low-Cost Airline Dobrolet Ceases Operations

MIAMI – Today in Aviation, Aeroflot’s Sheremetyevo International Airport (SVO)-based low-cost subsidiary Dobrolet (QD) ceased operations in 2014. Russia had a chequered history with low-cost carriers (LCC). Sky Express and Avianova had both failed due to the strict rules around aviation in the country which limited the extent that an airline could be a true […]

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