Transaero Airlines must apply for a new air operator’s certificate (AOC) if it wants to resume flights, according to Alexander Neradko, head of Russia’s Federal Air Transport Agency. Authorities canceled Transaero’s AOC on Oct. 26 due to financial and safety concerns. The procedure can take up to 70 days, but the airline must prove it can operate flights without revenue for at least three months. In a meeting with Transaero employees, Neradko said this would be ...

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