June 28, 2022
Ukraine Crisis
Airlines

EASA Suspends Russian Aircraft, MRO, Operator Certificates

Due to the ongoing war in Ukraine, EASA has suspended Russian aircraft, MROs’ Part 145, and Third Country Operator (TCO) certificates. This includes pending or new EASA certificate applications, as well as aircraft leasing and airline code-sharing arrangements.

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Airlines

Global Airline Relief Efforts during International Conflicts

How does an industry whose core business is flying people and goods across transnational borders help when crises ensue and airspaces are closed? That is the question the aviation industry faces in its efforts to help with the humanitarian crisis created by the Ukraine crisis.

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Industry

EUROCONTROL Publishes Data on Rerouting around Ukraine

EUROCONTROL’s most recent Data Snapshot shows how the rerouting of flights around Ukraine is disrupting traffic flows across a wide area.

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Industry

EASA Warns of Satellite Navigation Outages near Ukraine

Amid Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has issued a Safety Information Bulletin (SIB) warning that the likelihood of intermittent Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) breakdowns has increased.

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Airlines

Putin Signs Bill: Leased Aircraft Belong to Russian Airlines

Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a law allowing foreign planes leased by Russian airlines to be registered as the airlines’ property.

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Airlines

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.

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Airlines

Nippon Cargo Airlines Suspends European Operations

Due to the current situation in Russia and Ukraine, Nippon Cargo Airlines (KZ), located in Japan, has halted its European flight operations.

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Airlines

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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Industry

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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