Russian air carriers are paying for offshore jurisdictions by “full landing” of liners on the territory of Russia. According to TASS, Russian airlines operate more than 800 foreign-made aircraft registered in foreign offshore jurisdictions. 95% were at risk – because they have a “national identity” of the UK – more precisely, Bermuda and Ireland belong to it.
The reason is that the British Bermuda Civil Aviation Authority (BCAA) announced the suspension of airworthiness certificates for aircraft of Russian airlines operated in accordance with an agreement between the two countries. “International sanctions against the aviation sector have had a significant impact on the ability to oversee the safety of aircraft of Russian airlines on the Bermuda aircraft registry. The airworthiness assurance system has been limited to the point where the BCAA cannot confidently approve these aircraft as airworthy,” the BCAA said in a statement.
It ultimately states that starting from 02:59 Moscow time on March 13, 2022, the BCAA temporarily suspends all airworthiness certificates for aircraft operated in accordance with an agreement between Bermuda and the Russian Federation.
Thus, it has become almost impossible to transport Russian tourists by air than.
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