LONDON—The European Commission has blacklisted Moldova and put Belarus and the Dominican Republic under closer scrutiny in its latest EU Air Safety List update, while also lifting bans on two Angolan airlines. Airlines that appear on the EU Air Safety List—more commonly known as the EU blacklist—are subject to EU operating bans or restrictions because of shortcomings in their air safety oversight. Following an Apr. 2-4 meeting of the EU Air Safety Committee (ASC), which ...

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