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Current airspace restrictions on Russian flights
Europe, Canada and US cut off Russian airspace access 

The European Union, Canada, and United States have all banned Russian flights and Russia has mostly reciprocated. See where Russian aircraft can and cannot fly and how exactly Russian airlines are still operating to Kaliningrad.
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Russian airliners parked in Moscow
Russian civil aviation may only last a few weeks

Russia isn't just losing access to airspace, it's about to lose access to a lot of its commercial aircraft.
On this week’s episode of AvTalk, we break down the rapidly changing landscape of global aviation in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and explain why much of commercial aviation in Russia could come to a grinding halt in a matter weeks.
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The Antonov An-225 departing Kyiv
A tribute to the Antonov AN-225

Photos sadly confirm that the AN-225 has been severely damaged in Kyiv, likely beyond repair. We look back on the world’s largest cargo aircraft.
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A Russian business jet departing Moscow
From Russia with money

Business jet departures from Russia increased throughout the month of February. See where those with the means to leave took their jets.
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A US Air Force RC-135
Military aircraft active around Ukraine

Learn more about some of the aircraft that have been active near Ukraine the past few weeks, including surveillance, refueling, transport, and others.  
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Flight review: KLM European Service | 737 Business + E190 Economy Comfort
Two quick flights on KLM

Gabriel Leigh puts KLM’s European service to the test on a two flight trip from Stockholm to Toulouse via Amsterdam. Is European Business class worth the money on KLM?  
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Airbus A350
An Airbus A350 test aircraft silhouetted in Toulouse.
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Aircraft in storage at Alice Springs
Aircraft in storage in Alice Springs, Australia.
United 787
A United Airlines 787 departing Chicago as crews work to clear snow from the airfield.
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It’s not just the planes, it’s the software too

Companies are cutting off Russian airlines from accessing services like ticket sales, charts, and maintenance manuals. We explain how sanctions are impacting Russian aviation on this week’s AvTalk. 
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