WSJ: US demand from Turkey to ban Boeing aircraft from Russian airlines at airports

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WSJ: US demand from Turkey to ban Boeing aircraft from Russian airlines at airports

The United States is demanding that Turkey ban Boeing aircraft from Russian airlines at its airports. This warning to the Turkish authorities was made in December last year by the assistant to the head of the US Department of Commerce, Thea Roseman Kendler.

This was reported in the Wall Street Journal (WSJ), citing sources.

The official warned Turkey against accepting US-made Russian aircraft on its soil, and also not performing maintenance on them. The Americans persistently do not recommend the administrations of Turkish airports to refuel Boeings of Russian and Belarusian airlines and also to replace spare parts with them.

If Turkish citizens begin to violate these rules, the newspaper notes, then they face serious penalties in the form of fines and even imprisonment.

The goal of the Washington administration, imposing such restrictions, is the complete cessation of air traffic between Russia and Turkey by Boeing aircraft. Considering the popularity of the products of this American manufacturer among Russian and Turkish air carriers, one can realize the full extent of the severity of these measures.

A sharp tightening of Western sanctions against Russia began to be massively observed after the start of a special operation in Ukraine. They affected a variety of sectors of the economy, including civil air transportation. Various restrictions on Russian airlines and aircraft manufacturers began to be introduced not only by the United States, but also by Europeans and other American allies.
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  1. +6
    January 26 2023
    Turkey is important tourist flow from Russia, they will not go for it.
    1. +5
      January 26 2023
      There is nothing to fly to Turkey except on Boeings? I'm not sure that this ban will bring big troubles to Russia or Turkey.
      1. +3
        January 26 2023
        Quote from Torins Narkuas
        There is nothing to fly to Turkey except on Boeings? I'm not sure that this ban will bring big troubles to Russia or Turkey.

        Well, there is still Airbus, but they can follow the US example. There is a large tourist flow to Turkey, we need a lot of planes.
        1. +1
          January 26 2023
          Quote: Lt. Air Force stock
          Well, there is still Airbus, but they can follow the US example. There is a large tourist flow to Turkey, we need a lot of planes.


          They drive like minibuses wink



        2. -2
          January 27 2023
          There are planes of Turkish airlines, as well as other countries.
      2. +1
        January 27 2023
        Quote from Torins Narkuas
        There is nothing to fly to Turkey except on Boeings?

        And what do you think?
        on AN-2??
        the air park has almost nothing of its own, everything was bought on lease
        tomorrow Airbus will ask not to let their planes and not only to Turkey ....
        and it will be done, with a creak but done
        why? - because we have become helpless, everyone sees it, both the picture in the media and experts - commenting on our losses on the battlefield
    2. +2
      January 26 2023
      The Turks will take them out on their own. ---_-_-+--
      1. 0
        January 26 2023
        Quote: ASAD
        The Turks will take them out on their own. ---_-_-+--

        The ban on Russian airlines from flying to Turkey can be used to ban the flight of any aircraft from Turkey to Russia. Accordingly, Russia will get a good reason to stop the flow of tourists to Turkey and will be able to significantly reduce the financing of the Turkish military-industrial complex by tourists from Russia supporting the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
        1. 0
          January 27 2023
          Quote: gsev
          The ban on Russian airlines from flying to Turkey can be used to ban the flight of any aircraft from Turkey to Russia.

          are you a "shooter"?
          rave about the complete isolation of the country?
          1. -1
            January 27 2023
            In peacetime, isolation is very bad.
            But wartime is special. A colleague is right when he writes that income from Russian tourists goes to the production of weapons for the Armed Forces of Ukraine.
    3. +1
      January 27 2023
      Quote: Lt. Air Force stock
      Turkey is important tourist flow from Russia, they will not go for it.

      But not to that extent. They will, especially since the Turks also have Boeing as one of the main suppliers of aircraft.
  2. -1
    January 26 2023
    Zhirinovsky once said that the Turks would leave NATO, perhaps we will see this already this year
    1. -1
      January 27 2023
      Zhirinovsky also promised to wash his boots in the Indian Ocean.
  3. ANB
    +9
    January 26 2023
    I've always been afraid to fly Boeing.
    Here IL86, 96 is another matter. Yes, even the 62nd at least.
    Sat down and sleep peacefully for 9 hours with breaks for snacks.
    But we have a market, why do we need our own planes, we will buy Western ones.
    And they have been restoring it for 20 years with a creak.
    1. +1
      January 26 2023
      Quote: ANB
      I've always been afraid to fly Boeing.
      Here IL86, 96 is another matter. Yes, even the 62nd at least.
      Sat down and sleep peacefully for 9 hours with breaks for snacks.
      But we have a market, why do we need our own planes, we will buy Western ones.
      And they have been restoring it for 20 years with a creak.

      He flew the Il-86 to Krasnoyarsk and Sochi.
      Magnificent car. He sits down so smoothly that you don’t even notice when he touched the runway.
  4. 0
    January 26 2023
    The Americans persistently do not recommend the administrations of Turkish airports to refuel Boeings of Russian and Belarusian airlines

    Well, there will be no maintenance of Russian "Boeings", Russian planes will come (maybe), or their Russian "Boeings" will be replaced by Turkish ones. Russian airlines will suffer losses, but passengers will fly.
    1. +4
      January 26 2023
      Well, there is one step left before threats of sanctions for receiving any of our aircraft in general, as well as for flights to the Russian Federation ... And what will stop them? Only reciprocal serious nasty things that our leadership somehow does not seek to go for ..
      1. -2
        January 27 2023
        When a person is fixated on the desire to constantly do bad things to others, sooner or later everyone around unites to beat him.
  5. +7
    January 26 2023
    Most likely to be sold. Banned. Not washing, so skating. The Turks will have to look for a reason. Will find. America will tell.
  6. 0
    January 26 2023
    The transcendent impudence of mattresses, to dictate to everyone who should do what and how to act.
    They used to do it before, but now they have gone completely off the rails, without any brakes.
    They never got punched in the face, so they will become impudent.
    Or, as we used to say in the army, the borzometer goes off scale.
    Isn't it time to bring them to their senses and land a little.
  7. +2
    January 26 2023
    Have you seen the prices of tours to Turkey? With such prices, the flow of our tourists 85% will go to Sochi and, at best, to Abkhazia, or even to Prostokvashino ... Unless, of course, Turkey lowers prices by at least 30%, and then it would be better ..
  8. +1
    January 26 2023
    This warning to the Turkish authorities was made in December last year by the assistant to the head of the US Department of Commerce, Thea Roseman Kendler.

    A month has already passed, but the Turks did not even take an ear, the campaign and this vyser will be ignored.
  9. 0
    January 26 2023
    but the Wishlist of the mattress covers will not burst? in short, they have already screwed up the whole world ....... when a couple of three countries gather and give the Americans the right way for musals!
  10. +2
    January 27 2023
    I just have one question - are we still supplying titanium to Boeing and Airbus?
  11. -1
    January 27 2023
    Quote: Ulan.1812
    He sits down so smoothly that you don’t even notice when he touched the runway.

    the pilots "plant" the car ... the cars themselves still don't know how to land ... not counting Buran!
  12. +1
    January 27 2023
    Quote: Nitten
    I have only one question - we still supply titanium Boeing and Airbus?

    of course ..., though titanium is used in art which is 777, but it doesn’t say on it that it is Russian ...
  13. +1
    January 27 2023
    Quote: tihonmarine
    Russian planes will come (maybe)

    where, guys, wake up!
    while the Manturovs and the like rule, nothing will change

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