In reaction to a string of prohibitions on its planes, Russia has stated that airlines from 36 nations, including the United Kingdom and Germany, will be barred from flying.
Russian airlines are now unable to fly into the airspace of the great majority of European countries, as well as Canada, according to Moscow’s statement.
The limitations were imposed “as a retaliatory step for European states’ bans on flights by civil aviation operated by Russian airlines or registered in Russia,” according to Russia’s civil aviation authorities.
Only airlines with a special permit will be permitted to fly into Russian airspace.
Russia blacklisted UK airlines last week after the United Kingdom banned Aeroflot, the country’s flag carrier, as well as private jets.
As a result of these regulations, airlines may be forced to take long detours on some routes, potentially hiking ticket prices.
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