Russia’s Federal Air Transport Agency, Rosaviatsia, has restricted Metrojet-branded Kogalymavia Airlines’ air operator’s certificate (AOC), prohibiting it from operating domestic and international flights from March 15 because of debt violations. Following the downing of its A321 in October 2015, which was later determined to be from a bomb, inspections revealed the airline had significant debt to employees, airports and an air navigation service provider, Rosaviatsia ...

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