23 hours ago
The latest incident comes just a few days after a Ukrainian hack of Kremlin records revealed Russia’s stricken airline industry is “on the verge of collapse."
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1 day ago
Andriy Yermak was addressing international diplomats at a gathering in Boryspil International Airport on Friday.
War in Ukraine
Nov. 30, 12:15
Despite being one of the most capable 4++ generation fighter jets in Russian service, the Su-35 has yet to make a difference on Ukraine’s battlefield.
Nov. 30, 11:41
Reports carried by a number of international media sites on Wednesday showed Russia had until recently received aircraft spares originating from Ukrainian enterprises.
Nov. 29, 17:10
Russian state media said new drone armaments that could be deployed by its Su-57 stealth fighters have been developed, but serious doubts remain considering the current circumstances.
Nov. 28, 12:25
The links between many companies in former Soviet countries are deeply rooted, none more so than in the aviation sectors where Ukrainian expertise has long been prized.
Nov. 28, 08:12
Emergency services officials violated the rules of flight safety and operation of air transport, leading to the deaths of 14 people including Ministry of Internal Affairs leadership and other victims.
Nov. 26, 09:08
Discover how Ukraine continues to use the limited number of Sukhoi Su-24 bombers to strike valuable Russian assets, incorporating the British-made Storm Shadow cruise missiles to its great advantage.
Nov. 23, 12:54
Ukraine’s military intelligence has published details of the hack of Rosaviatsiya and has said the Kremlin is “exposing its population to mortal danger.”
Nov. 22, 10:14
The pilot of the Urals Airlines Airbus 320 was hailed as a hero in September when he made an emergency landing in a Siberian wheatfield. Two months later the plane is still there.
Nov. 21, 16:05
Russia registered a new patent for a two-seater version of its Su-57 stealth fighter. While it might just be a big marketing gimmick, there are indications that the plane could be intended for export.
Nov. 18, 10:33
Despite being Russia’s most advanced fighter jet, Su-57s have been mired in technical issues with only up to 10 units in service. They have rarely seen combat since Moscow’s official adoption.
Nov. 14, 11:28
With international sanctions hitting the provision of essential components to Russia’s aviation industry, attempts to replace them with domestic production is proving challenging.
Nov. 10, 12:21
Ukraine’s Security Service (SBU) has detained three suspects for exporting MiG-29 components to Asian buyers, including the “friend-or-foe” radar module that could compromise Ukraine’s air defenses.
Nov. 9, 17:35
Moscow's airline industry reps are urging regulators to change the rules so that aircraft that are already 50-years-old can continue flying for even longer.
Nov. 8, 00:30
The Netherlands’ first shipment of NATO fighter jets arrived at a planned F-16 flight training center at a Romanian air base, intended for training Ukrainian and Romanian pilots.