June 28, 2022
Ukraine Crisis
Industry

Avolon Reports US$304m Impairment on Russia

Avolon has recorded a US$304m loss on aircraft leased to Russian customers who are now subject to international sanctions.

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Airports

Russian Attack Destroys Odesa Airport Runway

Ukraine has revealed that a Russian missile attack destroyed the runway at Odesa International Airport (ODS).

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Airlines

AirBaltic to Wet-lease 11 A220 Due to Ukraine Crisis

After halting operations in Ukraine and Russia due to the ongoing conflict, airBaltic (BT) will wet-lease a portion of its A220s.

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Airports

Dnipro International Airport Destroyed by Russian Attack

Ukraine’s Dnipro International Airport (DNK) and surrounding facilities were destroyed by the Russian Army yesterday in a missile attack.

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Airlines

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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Airlines

LATAM to Help Refugees amid the Ukraine Crisis

LATAM Airlines Group (LA) is taking strong steps to aid refugees from around the world following the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

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Airlines

Antonov AN-124 Found Damaged at Hostomel Airport (+VIDEO)

Video footage has surfaced showing an Antonov AN-124-100-150M damaged at Hostomel Airport (GML) amid the Russian invasion of Ukraine

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Airlines

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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Industry

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 prices.

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Airlines

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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