Russian airline moves all planes to national jurisdiction

Russian airline moves all planes to national jurisdiction

Moscow, March 30 (UNI/Sputnik) Rossiya Airlines, a subsidiary of Russian flag carrier Aeroflot, has transferred its entire fleet of 125 aircraft to Russian jurisdiction to maintain uninterrupted air communication with remote areas despite Western sanctions, the company announced Wednesday. “Rossiya Airlines has transferred all aircraft in service to Russian jurisdiction. All procedures are carried out in accordance with Russian aviation legislation. The receipt of Russian airworthiness certificates will allow the airline to continue operating the fleet of aircraft manufactured in Russia. abroad under the national jurisdiction of the country’s flag to ensure uninterrupted air communication with remote areas. There are 125 Rossiya aircraft in the register of Russian aircraft,” the company said in a press release. from foreign states via these routes, the country will use aircraft registered in the Russian Aviation Register and owned by Russian leasing companies to minimize possible disruptions to flight schedules.Rossiya Airlines is Russia’s largest aircraft operator of domestic production, with 68 Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft in its fleet. Earlier in March, the Russian Transport Agency ts air has advised Russian airlines with foreign-registered aircraft to suspend flights to and from abroad to avoid detention as part of Russia’s special military operation in Ukraine. On February 24, Russia launched a military operation in Ukraine after the breakaway republics of Donetsk and Luhansk appealed for help to defend against Ukrainian forces. In response to the operation, a number of Western countries imposed sanctions on Russia, with many closing their airspace to all Russian flights. UNI/SPUTNIK GNK

Comments are closed.