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In an update this week, Chinese investigators stated that all major structural components of the aircraft were found at the main crash site. A winglet trailing edge was found 10 km from the site. We discuss what else we learned this week on AvTalk.

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The Russian flight to collect expelled diplomats from Madrid and Athens was twice as long as the most direct routing.

The crew of a DHL 757 returned to San Jose shortly after takeoff, reportedly due to a hydraulic system malfunction.

The A320 returned to Medellín after the crew received an unsafe gear indication. The flight landed safely with the nose gear turned 90 degrees.

The 737-800 was flying from Kunming to Guangzhou when it began a precipitous descent from 29,100 feet. The data indicates the aircraft climbed back up to 8,600 ft before falling again.

What happens if Russian airlines keep all their leased aircraft? Can Airbus, Boeing, and Embraer continue to make airplanes without Russian titanium? We walk through the tectonic shifts occurring in the global aerospace industry as the result of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on this week’s AvTalk with The Air Current’s editor-in-chief Jon Ostrower.

The European Union, Canada, and United States have all banned Russian flights and Russia has mostly reciprocated. See where Russian aircraft can and cannot fly and how exactly Russian airlines are still operating to Kaliningrad.

What happens if Russian airlines keep all their leased aircraft? Can Airbus, Boeing, and Embraer continue to make airplanes without Russian titanium? We walk through the tectonic shifts occurring in the global aerospace industry as the result of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on this week’s AvTalk with The Air Current’s editor-in-chief Jon Ostrower.

The European Union, Canada, and United States have all banned Russian flights and Russia has mostly reciprocated. See where Russian aircraft can and cannot fly and how exactly Russian airlines are still operating to Kaliningrad.

On this week’s episode of AvTalk we discuss the evolving situation in Ukraine and the effects so far on commercial aviation in the country. Which airlines have been affected and what could happen next?
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