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Document 32022R0594

Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2022/594 of 8 April 2022 amending Regulation (EC) No 474/2006 as regards the list of air carriers banned from operating or subject to operational restrictions within the Union (Text with EEA relevance)

C/2022/2379

OJ L 114, 12.4.2022, p. 49–59 (BG, ES, CS, DA, DE, ET, EL, EN, FR, GA, HR, IT, LV, LT, HU, MT, NL, PL, PT, RO, SK, SL, FI, SV)

In force

ELI: http://data.europa.eu/eli/reg_impl/2022/594/oj

12.4.2022   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 114/49


COMMISSION IMPLEMENTING REGULATION (EU) 2022/594

of 8 April 2022

amending Regulation (EC) No 474/2006 as regards the list of air carriers banned from operating or subject to operational restrictions within the Union

(Text with EEA relevance)

THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION,

Having regard to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union,

Having regard to Regulation (EC) No 2111/2005 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 14 December 2005 on the establishment of a Community list of air carriers subject to an operating ban within the Community and on informing air transport passengers of the identity of the operating carrier, and repealing Article 9 of Directive 2004/36/EC (1), and in particular Article 4(2) thereof,

Whereas:

(1)

Commission Regulation (EC) No 474/2006 (2) establishes the list of air carriers, which are subject to an operating ban within the Union.

(2)

Air carriers certified by the Russian Federal Air Transport Agency (‘FATA’) are not included in Annex A or B to Regulation (EC) No 474/2006, with the exception of the air carrier SKOL Airline LLC which was added to Annex A by Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2021/2070 (3).

(3)

Certain European Union (‘EU’) Member States and the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (‘the Agency’) communicated to the Commission, pursuant to Article 4(3) of Regulation (EC) No 2111/2005, information that may be relevant in the context of updating that list. Third countries and international organisations also provided relevant information. The information provided has been duly considered by the Commission in its determination whether it is appropriate to update the list.

(4)

Pursuant to the Agreement concluded in 1999 between Bermuda and Russia on the implementation of Article 83bis of the Convention on International Civil Aviation signed in Chicago on 7 December 1944 (‘Chicago Convention’) as regards aircraft on the Bermuda Registry operated by air carriers certified by FATA, which concerns the transfer of regulatory oversight functions and duties contained in Annexes 1, 2 and 6 to the Chicago Convention, the Bermuda Civil Aviation Authority (‘BCAA’) advised on 14 March 2022, by way of General Notice GEN-01-2022, to FATA that the Certificates of Airworthiness (‘CoA’) of all leased aircraft registered in Bermuda and operated by air carriers certified by FATA would be suspended with effect from 12 March 2022, at 23.59 UTC, based on the determination that the continued airworthiness of these aircraft can no longer be assured.

(5)

Pursuant to the Agreement concluded in 2002 between Ireland and Russia on the implementation of Article 83bis of the Chicago Convention as regards aircraft on the Irish Registry operated by air carriers certified by FATA, which concerns the transfer of regulatory oversight functions and duties contained in Annexes 1, 2 and 6 to the Chicago Convention, the Irish Aviation Authority (‘IAA’) issued on 15 March 2022 its Aeronautical Notice A.114 in which it declared the cessation of validity of all CoA for aircraft operated by air carriers certified by FATA , with effect from the date of that notice, based on the determination that the airworthiness of these aircraft cannot be assured.

(6)

Despite these decisions of the BCAA and IAA, acting in their capacity as competent authorities of the States of Registry, a number of affected aircraft are still being operated by air carriers certified by FATA, both within Russia as well as to certain other third countries. The International Civil Aviation Organisation (‘ICAO’), by its Electronic Bulletin 2022/12 of 11 March 2022, recalled that such action was a direct violation of Articles 29 and 31 of the Chicago Convention. According to that Electronic Bulletin, FATA, in its capacity as the authority responsible for ensuring compliance by Russian certified air carriers with relevant international safety standards, should not have permitted such operations to take place. Moreover, the air carriers certified by FATA operating such flights with the aircraft referred to in recitals (4) and (5) have knowingly done so in breach of relevant international safety standards, notably ICAO Annex 6, Part I, Chapter 5, Standard 5.2.3 ‘An aeroplane shall be operated in compliance with the terms of its certificate of airworthiness and within the approved operating limitations contained in its flight manual’, with the understanding that such CoA is issued by the State of Registry.

(7)

Furthermore, a large number of those aircraft have been entered in the aircraft registry of Russia without the consent of the owners and without subsequent safety related collaboration of either the BCAA or the IAA. As also stated in the ICAO Electronic Bulletin referred to in recital (6), such action is in breach of Articles 17 and 18 of the Chicago Convention.

(8)

On 18 March 2022, ICAO released its State Letter AN 3/1.1-22/41 in which it reminds all Contracting States of the Chicago Convention of the oversight responsibilities and obligations stemming from that Convention and Annexes thereto as regards the adequate performance of safety oversight.

(9)

On 18 March 2022, Russia announced to Bermuda that it was suspending the Article 83bis Agreement, referred to in recital (4), with immediate effect. As a result, in accordance with the relevant international civil aviation safety standards, any regulatory oversight responsibilities formerly transferred to Russia under that Agreement reverted back to Bermuda as the State of Registry.

(10)

In breach of the applicable international civil aviation safety standards, FATA has retained the transferred regulatory oversight responsibilities referred to in recitals (4) and (5), and assumed, without any coordination with Bermuda and Ireland as States of Registry, the regulatory functions and duties contained in Annex 8 to the Chicago Convention. There is no verifiable evidence to conclude that FATA has developed the necessary safety oversight capacity to adequately perform such an extended oversight responsibility on such short notice, and over such an extensive number of aircraft.

(11)

On 21 March 2022, pursuant to Article 3(2) of Regulation (EC) No 473/2006 (4), the Commission informed FATA about its serious concerns regarding the aviation safety oversight situation in Russia, and informed it about the essential facts and considerations, which could form the basis of a decision to impose an operating ban on air carriers certified by FATA within the Union.

(12)

The Commission gave FATA opportunity to submit written comments and to make an oral presentation on 5 April 2022 to the Commission and the EU Air Safety Committee. FATA was requested to indicate by 1 April 2022 whether it intends to use its right of defence and wanted to appear before the EU Air Safety Committee.

(13)

On 21 March 2022, the Commission informed the EU Air Safety Committee about the ongoing joint consultations with FATA, within the framework of Regulation (EC) No 2111/2005 and Commission Regulation (EC) No 473/2006.

(14)

On 31 March 2022, FATA informed in a letter addressed to the Commission that it rejects the allegations pertaining to the safety performance of air carriers certified by FATA, and that it considers that it discharges to the full extent the responsibilities imposed on ICAO Contracting States. FATA did not, however, provide any evidence or information to support its statements, and did not demonstrate how it discharges its responsibilities for the regulatory functions and duties contained in Annex 8 to the Chicago Convention, notably with regard to the air carriers operating the aircraft referred to in recitals (4) and (5).

(15)

On 1 April 2022, the Commission noted that FATA had not indicated, as requested in the letter of the Commission transmitted to FATA on 21 March 2022, its intent to use its right of defence, as provided for in Regulation (EC) No 2111/2005.

(16)

On 5 April 2022, the EU Air Safety Committee met to discuss the situation of the safety performance of the air carriers certified by FATA, as well as the ability of FATA to comply with the international aviation safety standards. The EU Air Safety Committee noted the breaches of the Chicago Convention referred to in recitals (6) and (7), as well as the violation of the applicable international civil aviation safety standards referred to in recital (10). It also noted the absence of willingness to cooperate with the Commission and the EU Member States, on the question of the capacity of FATA and the air carriers it has certified, to ensure the continuing airworthiness and operational safety of the air carriers’ fleet, including the aircraft referred to in recitals (4) and (5).

(17)

Further consideration was also given to the consequential impact of the restrictive measures resulting from Council Regulation (EU) 2022/328 (5) amending Regulation (EU) No 833/2014, and notably the short term operational impact of having only limited access to updates of Navigation databases, and Ground Proximity Warning Systems Databases, thus seriously impairing the safe navigation abilities of the aircraft operated by air carriers certified by FATA.

(18)

Note was taken of the fact that, as a result of the applicable restrictive measures, engineering and technical support to air carriers certified by FATA has become limited. Moreover, the lack of this engineering and technical support, coupled with the increased surveillance activity stemming from the addition of the significant number of new aircraft on the Russian registry, will increase FATA’s workload and the need for expertise, which is unlikely to be immediately achievable considering, on the one hand, the Article 83bis Agreement conditions under which such activity have been handled in Russia to date, and the consequences of the applicable restrictive measures on the other hand.

(19)

In view of the aforementioned violations and the lack of willingness to cooperate with the Commission and the EU Member States by addressing the specific points and concerns raised by the Commission in its letter of 21 March 2022, the Commission and the EU Air Safety Committee concluded, in line with the common criteria set out in the Annex to Regulation (EC) No 2111/2005, including notably the third criterion, that there is no evidence that FATA is able to discharge its responsibilities under the Chicago Convention and the standards contained in the Annexes thereto as regards the air carriers certified by FATA operating aircraft referred to in recitals (4) and (5).

(20)

Furthermore, in line with the common criteria set out in the Annex to Regulation (EC) No 2111/2005, and particularly with the first criterion, the air carriers certified by FATA which have operated one or more of the aircraft mentioned in recital 4 and 5 have, by doing so, demonstrated serious safety deficiencies by allowing flight operations to take place in breach of relevant international safety standards applicable to commercial air transportation.

(21)

In accordance with the common criteria set out in the Annex to Regulation (EC) No 2111/2005, the Commission considers that the list of air carriers, which are subject to an operating ban within the Union, as set out in Annex A to Regulation (EC) No 474/2006, should be amended to include all air carriers certified in Russia operating aircraft referred to in recitals (4) and (5).

(22)

Member States should continue verifying the effective compliance of air carriers certified by FATA with the relevant international safety standards, through prioritisation of ramp inspections of those air carriers pursuant to Commission Regulation (EU) No 965/2012 (6).

(23)

The situation as regards the ability and capacity of FATA to discharge its role and responsibilities in terms of surveillance of its aviation industry, as well as all the air carriers certified in Russia, including notably the air carriers operating aircraft referred to in recitals (4) and (5), will be monitored closely, and will be subject to further scrutiny by the Commission, assisted by the Agency, for review at the next meetings of the EU Air Safety Committee.

(24)

Regulation (EC) No 474/2006 should therefore be amended accordingly.

(25)

Articles 5 and 6 of Regulation (EC) No 2111/2005 recognise the need for decisions to be taken swiftly and, where appropriate, urgently, given the safety implications. It is therefore essential, for the protection of sensitive information and the traveling public, that any decisions in the context of updating the list of air carriers, which are subject to an operating ban or restriction within the Union, are published and enter into force immediately after their adoption.

(26)

The measures provided for in this Regulation are in accordance with the opinion of the EU Air Safety Committee established by Article 15 of Regulation (EC) No 2111/2005,

HAS ADOPTED THIS REGULATION:

Article 1

Regulation (EC) No 474/2006 is amended as follows:

(1)

Annex A is replaced by the text in Annex I to this Regulation;

(2)

Annex B is replaced by the text in Annex II to this Regulation.

Article 2

This Regulation shall enter into force on the day following that of its publication in the Official Journal of the European Union.

This Regulation shall be binding in its entirety and directly applicable in all Member States.

Done at Brussels, 8 April 2022.

For the Commission,

On behalf of the President,

Adina VĂLEAN

Member of the Commission


(1)  OJ L 344, 27.12.2005, p. 15.

(2)  Commission Regulation (EC) No 474/2006 of 22 March 2006 establishing the Community list of air carriers which are subject to an operating ban within the Community referred to in Chapter II of Regulation (EC) No 2111/2005 of the European Parliament and of the Council (OJ L 84, 23.3.2006, p. 14).

(3)  Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2021/2070 of 25 November 2021 amending Regulation (EC) No 474/2006 as regards the list of air carriers banned from operating or subject to operational restrictions within the Union (OJ L 421, 26.11.2021, p. 31).

(4)  Commission Regulation (EC) No 473/2006 of 22 March 2006 laying down implementing rules for the Community list of air carriers, which are subject to an operating ban within the Community referred to in Chapter II of Regulation (EC) No 2111/2005 of the European Parliament and of the Council (OJ L 84, 23.3.2006, p. 8).

(5)  Council Regulation (EU) 2022/328 of 25 February 2022 amending Regulation (EU) No 833/2014 concerning restrictive measures in view of Russia's actions destabilising the situation in Ukraine (OJ L 49, 25.2.2022, p. 1).

(6)  Commission Regulation (EU) No 965/2012 of 5 October 2012 laying down technical requirements and administrative procedures related to air operations pursuant to Regulation (EC) No 216/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council (OJ L 296, 25.10.2012, p. 1).


ANNEX I

‘ANNEX A

LIST OF AIR CARRIERS WHICH ARE BANNED FROM OPERATING WITHIN THE UNION, WITH EXCEPTIONS (1)

Name of the legal entity of the air carrier as indicated on its AOC (and its trading name, if different)

Air Operator Certificate ('AOC') Number or Operating Licence Number

ICAO three letter designator

State of the Operator

AVIOR AIRLINES

ROI-RNR-011

ROI

Venezuela

BLUE WING AIRLINES

SRBWA-01/2002

BWI

Suriname

IRAN ASEMAN AIRLINES

FS-102

IRC

Iran

IRAQI AIRWAYS

001

IAW

Iraq

MED-VIEW AIRLINE

MVA/AOC/10-12/05

MEV

Nigeria

AIR ZIMBABWE (PVT)

177/04

AZW

Zimbabwe

All air carriers certified by the authorities with responsibility for regulatory oversight of Afghanistan, including

 

 

Afghanistan

ARIANA AFGHAN AIRLINES

AOC 009

AFG

Afghanistan

KAM AIR

AOC 001

KMF

Afghanistan

All air carriers certified by the authorities with responsibility for regulatory oversight of Angola, with the exception of TAAG Angola Airlines and Heli Malongo, including

 

 

Angola

AEROJET

AO-008/11-07/17 TEJ

TEJ

Angola

GUICANGO

AO-009/11-06/17 YYY

Unknown

Angola

AIR JET

AO-006/11-08/18 MBC

MBC

Angola

BESTFLYA AIRCRAFT MANAGEMENT

AO-015/15-06/17YYY

Unknown

Angola

HELIANG

AO 007/11-08/18 YYY

Unknown

Angola

SJL

AO-014/13-08/18YYY

Unknown

Angola

SONAIR

AO-002/11-08/17 SOR

SOR

Angola

All air carriers certified by the authorities with responsibility for regulatory oversight of Armenia, including

 

 

Armenia

AIRCOMPANY ARMENIA

AM AOC 065

NGT

Armenia

ARMENIA AIRWAYS

AM AOC 063

AMW

Armenia

ARMENIAN HELICOPTERS

AM AOC 067

KAV

Armenia

FLYONE ARMENIA

AM AOC 074

 

Armenia

NOVAIR

AM AOC 071

NAI

Armenia

SHIRAK AVIA

AM AOC 072

SHS

Armenia

SKYBALL

AM AOC 073

N/A

Armenia

All air carriers certified by the authorities with responsibility for regulatory oversight of Congo (Brazzaville), including

 

 

Congo (Brazzaville)

CANADIAN AIRWAYS CONGO

CG-CTA 006

TWC

Congo (Brazzaville)

EQUAFLIGHT SERVICES

CG-CTA 002

EKA

Congo (Brazzaville)

EQUAJET

RAC06-007

EKJ

Congo (Brazzaville)

TRANS AIR CONGO

CG-CTA 001

TSG

Congo (Brazzaville)

SOCIETE NOUVELLE AIR CONGO

CG-CTA 004

Unknown

Congo (Brazzaville)

All air carriers certified by the authorities with responsibility for regulatory oversight of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), including

 

 

Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)

AIR FAST CONGO

AAC/DG/OPS-09/03

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)

AIR KATANGA

AAC/DG/OPS-09/08

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)

BUSY BEE CONGO

AAC/DG/OPS-09/04

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)

COMPAGNIE AFRICAINE D’AVIATION (CAA)

AAC/DG/OPS-09/02

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)

CONGO AIRWAYS

AAC/DG/OPS-09/01

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)

KIN AVIA

AAC/DG/OPS-09/10

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)

MALU AVIATION

AAC/DG/OPS-09/05

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)

SERVE AIR CARGO

AAC/DG/OPS-09/07

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)

SWALA AVIATION

AAC/DG/OPS-09/06

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)

MWANT JET

AAC/DG/OPS-09/09

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

All air carriers certified by the authorities with responsibility for regulatory oversight of Djibouti, including

 

 

Djibouti

DAALLO AIRLINES

Unknown

DAO

Djibouti

All air carriers certified by the authorities with responsibility for regulatory oversight of Equatorial Guinea, including

 

 

Equatorial Guinea

CEIBA INTERCONTINENTAL

2011/0001/MTTCT/DGAC/SOPS

CEL

Equatorial Guinea

CRONOS AIRLINES

2011/0004/MTTCT/DGAC/SOPS

Unknown

Equatorial Guinea

All air carriers certified by the authorities with responsibility for regulatory oversight of Eritrea, including

 

 

Eritrea

ERITREAN AIRLINES

AOC No 004

ERT

Eritrea

NASAIR ERITREA

AOC No 005

NAS

Eritrea

All air carriers certified by the authorities with responsibility for regulatory oversight of Kyrgyzstan, including

 

 

Kyrgyzstan

AEROSTAN

08

BSC

Kyrgyzstan

AIR COMPANY AIR KG

50

Unknown

Kyrgyzstan

AIR MANAS

17

MBB

Kyrgyzstan

AVIA TRAFFIC COMPANY

23

AVJ

Kyrgyzstan

FLYSKY AIRLINES

53

FSQ

Kyrgyzstan

HELI SKY

47

HAC

Kyrgyzstan

KAP.KG AIRCOMPANY

52

KGS

Kyrgyzstan

SKY KG AIRLINES

41

KGK

Kyrgyzstan

TEZ JET

46

TEZ

Kyrgyzstan

VALOR AIR

07

VAC

Kyrgyzstan

All air carriers certified by the authorities with responsibility for regulatory oversight of Liberia.

 

 

Liberia

All air carriers certified by the authorities with responsibility for regulatory oversight of Libya, including

 

 

Libya

AFRIQIYAH AIRWAYS

007/01

AAW

Libya

AIR LIBYA

004/01

TLR

Libya

AL MAHA AVIATION

030/18

Unknown

Libya

BERNIQ AIRWAYS

032/21

BNL

Libya

BURAQ AIR

002/01

BRQ

Libya

GLOBAL AIR TRANSPORT

008/05

GAK

Libya

HALA AIRLINES

033/21

HTP

Libya

LIBYAN AIRLINES

001/01

LAA

Libya

LIBYAN WINGS AIRLINES

029/15

LWA

Libya

PETRO AIR

025/08

PEO

Libya

All air carriers certified by the authorities with responsibility for regulatory oversight of Nepal, including

 

 

Nepal

AIR DYNASTY HELI. S.

035/2001

Unknown

Nepal

ALTITUDE AIR

085/2016

Unknown

Nepal

BUDDHA AIR

014/1996

BHA

Nepal

FISHTAIL AIR

017/2001

Unknown

Nepal

SUMMIT AIR

064/2010

Unknown

Nepal

HELI EVEREST

086/2016

Unknown

Nepal

HIMALAYA AIRLINES

084/2015

HIM

Nepal

KAILASH HELICOPTER SERVICES

087/2018

Unknown

Nepal

MAKALU AIR

057A/2009

Unknown

Nepal

MANANG AIR PVT

082/2014

Unknown

Nepal

MOUNTAIN HELICOPTERS

055/2009

Unknown

Nepal

PRABHU HELICOPTERS

081/2013

Unknown

Nepal

NEPAL AIRLINES CORPORATION

003/2000

RNA

Nepal

SAURYA AIRLINES

083/2014

Unknown

Nepal

SHREE AIRLINES

030/2002

SHA

Nepal

SIMRIK AIR

034/2000

Unknown

Nepal

SIMRIK AIRLINES

052/2009

RMK

Nepal

SITA AIR

033/2000

Unknown

Nepal

TARA AIR

053/2009

Unknown

Nepal

YETI AIRLINES

037/2004

NYT

Nepal

The following air carriers certified by the authorities with responsibility for regulatory oversight of Russia

 

 

Russia

AURORA AIRLINES

486

SHU

Russia

AVIACOMPANY "AVIASTAR-TU" CO. LTD

458

TUP

Russia

IZHAVIA

479

IZA

Russia

JOINT STOCK COMPANY "AIR COMPANY "YAKUTIA"

464

SYL

Russia

JOINT STOCK COMPANY "RUSJET"

498

RSJ

Russia

JOINT STOCK COMPANY "UVT AERO"

567

UVT

Russia

JOINT STOCK COMPANY SIBERIA AIRLINES

31

SBI

Russia

JOINT STOCK COMPANY SMARTAVIA AIRLINES

466

AUL

Russia

JOINT-STOCK COMPANY "IRAERO" AIRLINES

480

IAE

Russia

JOINT-STOCK COMPANY "URAL AIRLINES"

18

SVR

Russia

JOINT–STOCK COMPANY ALROSA AIR COMPANY

230

DRU

Russia

JOINT-STOCK COMPANY NORDSTAR AIRLINES

452

TYA

Russia

JS AVIATION COMPANY "RUSLINE"

225

RLU

Russia

JSC YAMAL AIRLINES

142

LLM

Russia

LLC "NORD WIND"

516

NWS

Russia

LLC “AIRCOMPANY IKAR”

36

KAR

Russia

POBEDA AIRLINES LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY

562

PBD

Russia

PUBLIC JOINT STOCK COMPANY "AEROFLOT - RUSSIAN AIRLINES"

1

AFL

Russia

ROSSIYA AIRLINES, JOINT STOCK COMPANY

2

SMD

Russia

SKOL AIRLINE LLC

228

CDV

Russia

UTAIR AVIATION, JOINT-STOCK COMPANY

6

UTA

Russia

All air carriers certified by the authorities with responsibility for regulatory oversight of Sao Tome and Principe, including

 

 

Sao Tome and Principe

AFRICA'S CONNECTION

10/AOC/2008

ACH

Sao Tome and Principe

STP AIRWAYS

03/AOC/2006

STP

Sao Tome and Principe

All air carriers certified by the authorities with responsibility for regulatory oversight of Sierra Leone

 

 

Sierra Leone

All air carriers certified by the authorities with responsibility for regulatory oversight of Sudan, including

 

 

Sudan

ALFA AIRLINES SD

54

AAJ

Sudan

BADR AIRLINES

35

BDR

Sudan

BLUE BIRD AVIATION

11

BLB

Sudan

ELDINDER AVIATION

8

DND

Sudan

GREEN FLAG AVIATION

17

GNF

Sudan

HELEJETIC AIR

57

HJT

Sudan

KATA AIR TRANSPORT

9

KTV

Sudan

KUSH AVIATION CO.

60

KUH

Sudan

NOVA AIRWAYS

46

NOV

Sudan

SUDAN AIRWAYS CO.

1

SUD

Sudan

SUN AIR

51

SNR

Sudan

TARCO AIR

56

TRQ

Sudan


(1)  Air carriers listed in Annex A could be permitted to exercise traffic rights by using wet-leased aircraft of an air carrier which is not subject to an operating ban, provided that the relevant safety standards are complied with.


ANNEX II

‘ANNEX B

LIST OF AIR CARRIERS WHICH ARE SUBJECT TO OPERATIONAL RESTRICTIONS WITHIN THE UNION (1)

Name of the legal entity of the air carrier as indicated on its AOC (and its trading name, if different)

Air Operator Certificate ('AOC') Number

ICAO three letter designator

State of the Operator

Aircraft type restricted

Registration mark(s) and, when available, construction serial number(s) of restricted aircraft

State of registry

IRAN AIR

FS100

IRA

Iran

All aircraft of type Fokker F100 and of type Boeing B747

Aircraft of type Fokker F100 as mentioned on the AOC; aircraft of type Boeing B747 as mentioned on the AOC

Iran

AIR KORYO

GAC-AOC/KOR-01

KOR

North Korea

All fleet with the exception of: 2 aircraft of type TU- 204.

All fleet with the exception of: P-632, P-633.

North Korea


(1)  Air carriers listed in Annex B could be permitted to exercise traffic rights by using wet-leased aircraft of an air carrier which is not subject to an operating ban, provided that the relevant safety standards are complied with.


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