EASA has suspended certification for the Sukhoi Superjet 100 and Beriev Be-200
European aviation authority EASA suspends certification of Russian models and no longer wants to accept new applications for now, writes German aviation portal aeroTELEGRAPH .
In addition to the previous sanctions imposed on Russia for invading Ukraine (Russian airlines can no longer buy or rent aircraft or use maintenance services in Western countries, whose airspace has been closed to them), EASA has stated that it has suspended aircraft certifications. Russian parts and simulators.
The authority has published a list of affected companies and aircraft. These include the Sukhoi Superjet 100, the Tupolev Tu-204-120 and the Beriev Be-220-ES-E firefighting aircraft, among many others. However, none of these aircraft are currently used in the European Union, although some CityJet SSJ100s once flew to Brussels Airlines. At the same time, these models cannot fly from / to Europe, regardless of the airlines that own them.