In US and EU, the aircraft is manufactured and their approved maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) centres in the European Union which will not provide any meaningful support to aircraft exported to Russia anymore.

It is been said by grim prognosis draft which is recently released from Russia’s Ministry for Transportation that Russia’s airline industry will experience 24 and 48 percent drop in passenger traffic and at best it restores traffic to 2021 levels but not earlier than 2030. This document is titled as Comprehensive Program for the Development of the Airline Industry by 2030, which follows a government meeting in the Kremlin on March 31 which is dedicated to the prospects of the local airline and aircraft manufacturing industries. In the event, Russian President Vladimir Putin told his bureaucrats to work for measures aimed at supporting the national air transport system amid severe economic sanctions imposed on Moscow by the US and the European Union (EU) as punishment for the invasion of Ukraine. Challenged to work on a set.

In response, by 2025 the Ministry of Transport will suggests allocating 331.4 billion rubles which is $5 billion and 296 billion rubles by 2030. According to the information, a total of 100 billion rubles for the support of passenger’s operations by airlines and airports, as well as 29.3 billion rubles in subsidies for passenger transport between the European and Far East regions of the country and 32 billion rubles for the purchase of flight simulators and training airplanes. The Kremlin, Russia considers the allocations is necessary to keep the national air transportation system running even if economic sanctions result in the grounding of many imported aircraft. It is assuming that with this the relations between Moscow and the West will remain cold.

Vladimir Putin

In response, by 2025 the Ministry of Transport will suggests allocating 331.4 billion rubles which is $5 billion and 296 billion rubles by 2030.

As a result, the local carriers will experience problems in flying their Airbus and Boeing airliners. In US and EU, the aircraft is manufactured and their approved maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) centres in the European Union which will not provide any meaningful support to aircraft exported to Russia anymore. Later on, the ministry advises airlines to adjust their business models accordingly and work with local manufacturers and MRO experts to maintain their fleet without the involvement of the West.

According to the ministry, the Russian civilian fleet is now consisting of 1,287 passenger, cargo and general aviation airplanes is of 1,140 which I appear in the National Register. They include more 470 airplanes which is made in Russia and the former Soviet bloc, mostly small-capacity commuter and regional turboprops. As per as sources it is estimated that by the end of 2021the number of passengers of 50 seats and above to be 714, including approximately 300 Airbus, 236 Boeing, 23 Embraer and several Bombardier CRJ100/200 aircraft, as well as 36 Russian-designed Includes Irkut SSJ100 which include number of many western components. Meanwhile, till 2025 the country’s fleet of imported jets will drop to 427 and as a result, traffic will drop to 76.3 million passengers.

Aeroflot

As a result, the local carriers will experience problems in flying their Airbus and Boeing airliners.

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