The EASA revoked Airworthiness certification of the Sukhoi Superjet 100 and other Russian aircraft

The European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has revoked several airworthiness certificates and approvals for the Russian aircraft types. This sanction will severely impact the development of aircraft which haven’t flown commercially yet, like the Irkut MC-21, the turboprop IL-114-300, and the Chinese-Russian jet, CR929. The existing certification for six aircraft types, including the Sukhoi…

ALERT China refuses to supply aircraft parts to Russia

China has reportedly refused to supply aircraft parts to Russian airlines, as said by Russian aviation authority Rosaviatsia’s spokesperson on Thursday. He also said that Russia would look to source those parts from other countries, including Turkey and India after China refused to supply them. All three major manufacturers, Airbus, Boeing and Embraer have already…

Wizz Air offers 100,000 free seats to Ukrainian refugees

Today, Wizz Air announced that it would be supporting Ukrainian refugees by offering them 100,000 free seats from the Ukraine border countries. The free tickets will be valid on all continental Europe flights departing from Poland, Slovakia, Hungary and Romania. In addition, the low-cost carrier also announced will help the refugees reach their final destinations.…