EU Airline Blacklist Updated
As of 1 April, the infamous EU blacklist of airlines got updated.
Air Koryo is once again able to fly into the EU with two aircrafts that comply to the international standard of safety rules. The other planes in Air Koryos fleet is however still forbidden from entering EU.
TAAG Angola Airlines are also allowed to fly to other airports in Europe, but under specific conditions.
All airlines from Sudan blacklisted because of the country’s poor aviation safety plant operations. The same fate is suffered by all airlines from the Philippines.
Also Iran Air are punished with restrictions, only some of the planes in their fleet may operate in the EU.