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 Golpe de $10.000m da Rússia com aviões infographic
A infografia mostra o número de aviões comerciais retidos na Rússia e na Ucrânia.
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AVIAÇÃO

Rússia apropria-se de eviões no valor de $10.000 milhões

By Duncan Mil

A Rússia reteve 433 aviões de passageiros alugados a empresas
estrangeiras, no valor de $10.000 milhões. A medida, em resposta às
sanções ocidentais, permite que sejam utilizados em rotas internas.

In reaction to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on February 24, 2022, the European Union, U.S., Canada and the United Kingdom ordered aircraft lessors to end their lease agreements with Russian carriers by “force majeure,” with final effect on March 28.

Russian President Vladimir Putin responded to the EU mandate by rapidly pushing a bill through the State Duma on March 14, enabling Russian airlines to re-register hundreds of airliners to fly within the country’s borders.

The aviation intelligence company IBA has been tracking the number of foreign-managed Russian-operated aircraft since the onset of the Ukraine crisis. IBA reveals the number of foreign-managed aircraft operated by Russian carriers decreased from 513 to 484 between the start of the conflict and the lease termination deadline.

Since March, lessors have recovered a further 51 aircraft, leaving 433 currently located in Russia and Ukraine.

The usual outcome of an aircraft lease default is a legal mechanism known as the “Cape Town Convention,” an international agreement that allows secured lenders, such as lessors, to repossess their aircraft. Russia is a signatory to the Cape Town Convention, but Putin has ignored the accord.

Dublin-based AerCap -- the world’s top aircraft lessor -- has submitted a $3.5 billion insurance claim for 113 aircraft stuck in Russia. The jets represent five per cent of its fleet by value.

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PUBLISHED: 09/08/2022; STORY: Graphic News
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