Wednesday, March 16, 2022

For Russian seizure of Western-built airliners, I knew will take place already in 2015 from Western sources

This probably tells you stuff I am being preaching about all along - Ukraine fought war all along against entire West. Forget Russia alone. IN RESPECT TO WAR IN UKRAINE, WEST IS THE ONE GUILTY IN EYES OF ENTIRE WORLD...NATO AS IS TODAY AND THIS IN EYES OF OWN MEMBER STATES, WILL MOST LIKELY NOT EVEN EXIST IN NEAR FUTURE....

Buckingham palace/Berlin claimed me Saudi Arabia/Kuwait etc. were NOTHING in comparison to Russia as far as Minerals/oil wise...Americans became obsessed with betrayal of own citizens turned to Russia for their economic success - with Madison Cawthorn as perfect example, but American crime didn't start with republicans - it started mainly with black democrats who sided with crime against other non Russian eastern Europeans hoping for fast cash also through China till republicans took over(cut in between) with investments  and they realized due to agreement they made with Russians about not so friendly Russians on what those turned again in the opposite direction and so on with majority still siding with CASH FOR LIES MOVEMENT....I DO REMEMBER WHOLE THING AND STILL DESPITE REVELATION, THEY KEEP THEIR TAILS BETWEEN THEIR LEGS KNOW NOTHING...

Russia is seizing Western-built airliners while sanctions block parts, maintenance, and support

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Russian President Vladimir Putin chairs a meeting with members of the government via teleconference in Moscow, Thursday, March 10, 2022Mikhail Klimentyev, Sputnik, Kremlin Pool Photo via AP, File
  • Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a law authorizing the seizure of hundreds of Western-built aircraft operated by Russian airlines.

  • The planes are owned by aircraft lessors, which have canceled contracts following sanctions against Russia.

  • The seize could pose a risk to passengers because the planes may not receive proper maintenance repairs due to sanctions.

On Monday, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a law that will allow Russian airlines to take control of hundreds of the Western-built planes leased from international firms, Russian news agency TASS reported, per The Wall Street Journal.

The jets will be added to the country's aircraft register and be deployed on domestic routes, according to Reuters. The news comes on the heels of the island of Bermuda revoking the airworthiness certificates for over 700 leased aircraft in Russia, which went into effect Saturday night.

The battle between Russia and lessors has been ongoing since the invasion of Ukraine on February 24, with the EU forcing aircraft leasing companies to cancel their contracts with Russian airlines by March 28, meaning those foreign planes need to be returned to their owners.

However, Russian authorities and airlines have made the task difficult, including airspace closures and a ban on most international flights.

Meanwhile, European and US sanctions have cut Russian airlines off from planemakers Airbus and Boeing, which produced the bulk of the leased aircraft. That means the two Western companies cannot provide support in the form of maintenance, spare parts, or updates for the complex machines, which could pose a risk for passengers and airline staff, the Wall Street Journal noted.

As Boeing and Airbus are banned from shipping spare parts to Russia, this could force airlines to turn to risky alternatives, like buying uncertified supplies from China or "cannibalizing" parts from planes on the ground, including lessor jets.

According to aviation consultancy Ishka, $10 billion worth of planes is stranded in Russia.

"The lessors may end up having to take a writeoff," Nick Cunningham, an analyst with Agency Partners, told Bloomberg.

Read the original article on Business Insider

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