The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has suspended all certificates issued to Russian civil aviation enterprises.
This decision implies that certificates issued for products, spare parts, devices, training centers and flight simulators will cease to be valid for an indefinite period, if the owner of the certificate is located, lives in Russia or otherwise falls under EU sanctions. This is reported by RBC with reference to the EASA statement.
The list of companies affected by the suspension of certificates includes Aeroflot, S7, Volga-Dnepr, Ural Airlines, as well as a number of maintenance enterprises aircraft engineering. In addition, the list includes the types of aircraft to which the suspension will apply: Superjet 100 and Tu-204.
Earlier it became known that Bermuda suspended the flight certificates of Russian aircraft.