Russia’s Federal Air Transport Agency, Rosaviatsia, has canceled air operator’s certificates (AOCs) for Bylina Airline and Moskovia Airline. The AOCs were canceled after three months after their suspension, according to Russian regulations. Moskovia’s AOC was suspended Aug. 29 after CEO Mikhail Alexeev revealed the carrier could no longer operate flights due to financial problems. Rosaviatsia banned ticket sales from July 29 after numerous flights ...

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