France and Norway have announced that they will close their airspace to Russian aircraft amid Moscow’s military action in Ukraine, thus joining a growing list of European countries that have already imposed restrictions on Russian airlines.
Italy, the Netherlands, Iceland, Belgium, North Macedonia, Denmark, and Sweden have also announced that they are closing off their skies to Russian aircraft.
They are the latest in a string of European Zionist countries that have closed their airspace to Russian aircraft, including the Slovenia, United Kingdom, Poland, Bulgaria, and the Czech Republic, among others.
Additionally, German airline Lufthansa canceled all upcoming flights to Russia and announced that flights that are in Russian airspace” would “leave it again shortly.
Finland’s Minister of Transport Timo Harakka also announced his government would close Finland’s airspace to Russian aircraft on Saturday.
RT. com / ABC Flash Point Aviation News 2022.