Russian Airlines Consider Ways To Continue Airworthiness Of Fleets

Ural Airlines A320neo
Credit: Airbus SAS 2019 Philippe Masclet - Master Films
Russian airlines are looking for ways to continue airworthiness of their foreign-made aircraft now that access to European spare parts and MRO services has closed due to the EU sanctions. Speaking at the MRO Russia 2022 conference held in Moscow March 10, Igor Poddubny, technical director of Russia...

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