24-Mar-2022 Source: HeliHub.com
EASA has suspended this Type Certificate in response to Russia’s military invasion of Ukraine
The only helicopter currently listed is the Kamov Ka32, used for load lifting and firefighting work in some EASA countries.
Helicopter market intelligence firm Parapex Media notes that this affects 25 helicopters, with the following countries currently having Kamov Ka32s on their registers
EASA has inform all interested parties in the aviation sector of the actions taken by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) in implementation of the European Union’s restrictive measures against Russia, as regards EASA applicants and certificate holders. The notice also provides further information on the impact of those restrictive measures on some of the rights and obligations of the aviation undertakings under the aviation safety rules falling under the scope Regulation (EU) 2018/1139. This notice does not address the consequences of the restrictive measures to the extent that they fall outside the scope of Regulation (EU) 2018/1139, such as aircraft finance, brokering and insurance.”
In particular, EASA is:-
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