Volga-Dnepr is to cease providing AN-124 capacity for EU and NATO states under the Strategic Airlift Interim Solution (Salis) contract it shares with Antonov Airlines.
The move comes just over a year after the Russian freighter operator announced the end of the near-decade-long Ruslan collaboration to market AN-124 capacity with Ukraine’s Antonov.
Citing French media, Kommersant reports that the cessation of operations will take effect on 1 January 2019, a move thought to be in …
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Source: The Loadstar