Are aircraft registered in Russia or operated by Russian operators allowed to fly into the EU?
Regulation (EU) 833/2014 prohibits any non-Russian-registered aircraft which is owned or chartered, or otherwise controlled by any Russian natural to land in, take off from or overfly the territory of the Union, except in case of an emergency landing or emergency overflight. Does this prohibition coverall also natural persons with a dual nationality?
If the aircraft is rented by an EU or 3rd country resident, but the flight is from Russia to the EU, is it allowed? Alternatively, if there is at least one Russian citizen who is not on the sanction list, is it allowed to approve these flights?
What happens to the dry and wet leasing arrangements and code-sharing agreements between the EU AOC holders and Russian aircraft operators?
My organisation is a navigational database provider established in the EU. Am I allowed to provide updates of my product to my Russian customer?
As a Russian citizen, am I allowed to fly an aircraft for private purposes in the airspace of the EU (e.g. exercise the privileges of my PPL, SPL, BPL or national pilot license issued to fly Annex I aircraft, such as microlights, etc.)?
Is it allowed for Russian citizens to fly, either as pilot-in-command or co-pilot, a non-Russian registered aircraft that performs flights under a non-Russian air operator certificate (AOC), or an aircraft the owner of which is not Russian?
Is it allowed to register, and then fly an aircraft in an EU Member State when the aircraft is owned by a company incorporated in the EU, but the owner of that company is a Russian natural person?
Why do the restrictive measures not include a general ban on an air carrier established in the EU (an AOC) from operating aircraft that would fall within the scope of article 3d(1) of Regulation (EU) No 833/2014 for flights outside the EU?