According to Bloomberg, the agency also excluded 12 aircraft from the list, which were allowed to return to their owners in partner countries.

The U.S. Department of Commerce has added another 73 aircraft to the list of violators of U.S. export control measures against the Russian Federation. This was reported by Bloomberg on Wednesday.

According to him, the agency also excluded 12 aircraft from the list, which were allowed to return to their owners in partner countries.

Earlier, the U.S. Department of Commerce announced that it would limit the service of 99 Boeing, which are used by Russian airlines.

Since February 24, the Bureau of Industry and Security of the U.S. Department of Commerce has strengthened control over aviation goods sent to Russia, as well as introduced new licensing requirements for certain aircraft or spare parts. Since March 2, the bureau has taken similar measures against Belarus, including new licensing requirements.

As a result, any aircraft manufactured in the United States or in another country using more than 25% of American-made components is subject to licensing if such a vehicle is intended for Russia.