The US has introduced sanctions against Russian aircraft made in the EU.
For the first time, the US Department of Commerce introduced sanctions against aircraft from Russian airlines manufactured in Europe. The restrictions apply to 25 Airbus A320, A321, and A330 airliners belonging to I-Fly, Nordwind, Red Wings, S7 Airlines, Ural Airlines, and Yamal Airlines. In addition, if an organization chooses to refuel, repair, or maintain aircraft on the sanctions list, it may face US sanctions. These sanctions may include imprisonment, fines, loss of export privileges, and other restrictions, announced the US Bureau of Industry and Security. The list was determined by the US Bureau of Industry and Security. Based on open data, its specialists determined which foreign planes were used by Russian airlines for flights abroad without US permission.