Russia may allow passenger airlines to be maintained by third-party companies in an effort to help its domestic airlines be sanctioned for its invasion of Ukraine, Tass news agency said. said Saturday.
Tass said the Russian Ministry of Transport has drafted a bill to help airlines until September 2022. It will also suspend all planned and unscheduled inspections of carriers. Russian news agency reported.
Boeing Co BA.N and Airbus SE AIR.PA – the world’s two largest aircraft manufacturers – have suspended the supply of parts and services to Russian airlines, a move that could make maintenance work less plane becomes more difficult.
The bill would allow “aircraft repair and replacement of parts by third-party companies, as long as they meet the requirements for companies involved in maintenance,” Tass said.
It does not provide detailed information.
Russian President Vladimir Putin earlier on Saturday said Moscow was in talks with aircraft leasing companies to resolve potential issues related to sanctions.
Russia’s state aviation agency advises domestic airlines with leased foreign aircraft to suspend passenger and cargo flights from Russia from March 6 and from abroad to Russia from March 8. March, to prevent them from being captured.
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