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Russian Airlines still flying

Old 29th Mar 2022, 08:46
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Short answer: no.
Practically inherited aircraft could be made to fly without the paperwork but not legally. Everybody doing this would loose all his credentials.
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Old 29th Mar 2022, 11:01
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Russian Civil Aviation Authority Rosaviatsia offline

https://avherald.com/h?article=4f6a8fd6&opt=0
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Old 31st Mar 2022, 22:32
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and an An-124

https://www.cp24.com/russian-plane-s...pace-1.5823860
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Old 10th Apr 2022, 19:11
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So Russian airlines are seemingly flying down the FIR borders to Kaliningrad, and the diplomats recently booted out of BRU went the very long way round north of Norway and Sweden, how is this possible from a flight planning/ATC perspective?
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