Bermuda withdraws certificates from Russian oligarchs

Because of the sanctions, Bermuda’s aviation regulator said it could not certify the planes registered in the civil registry because there was no certainty that the Russian planes were being properly and safely maintained.. Therefore, the civil aircraft registry in Bermuda withdraws certificates for Russian machines.

“International sanctions against the aviation sector have had a significant impact on the ability to maintain safety oversight of aircraft operated by Russia in the Bermuda Aircraft Registry,” states the Bermuda Civil Aircraft Registry.

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Bermuda is an overseas territory of Great Britain. Earlier, as Rzeczpospolita reminds us, the Prime Minister of this island country announced that it would comply with the sanctions imposed by Britain.

The ban on Russian airlines is much simpler than enforcement, but in the case of machines owned by Russian oligarchs, it is even more difficult, as the Washington Post reported a few days ago.

The world’s richest people have many options in the field of aircraft registration – For example, the plane of the Russian Uzbek businessman Alisher Usmanov was registered on the Isle of Man, off the coast of Great Britain. According to Dale Nickerson, a retired private pilot reported in the newspaper, “Bermuda is an option that is especially popular with Russians.” – Jazeera Airways is represented in Moscow, where it announces the “Secret Machine Registration Services”.

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