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Russia's ban will result in longer flights and higher operating costs.
The latest Notam succeeds succeeds the agency’s earlier guidance, which prohibited flights over Iraq at or below 30,000 feet.
The “transaction implementation agreement,” which the airlines valued a €1.76 billion ($2.35 billion), is intended to restore the airline to profitability.
Airlines face a tripling of war-risk insurance premiums after recent events, including the shooting down of MH17 in Ukraine.
The plan will include milestones, timelines, metrics and costs, by location, to deliver capability in the one-to-three year time frame in these areas.
The Russian government is looking to stop European airlines from overflying Siberia on flights to and from Asia.
Extreme cold most likely caused a lithium-ion battery on an All Nippon Airways Boeing 787 to malfunction in January 2013, according to one report.
Aeroflot subsidiary Dobrolet had to suspend all flights after insurance, leasing, maintenance and other services were blocked by European sanctions.
The contract calls for the airframer to install the system in all 50 of Tianjin Airlines’ E-Jets.
STC allows the SSJ100 to land at Cat IIIa-certified runways under certain visibility and crosswind conditions.