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Kramer said in an interview with Rossiya-24 TV Channel that Airbus continued working with its Russian customers and suppliers.
Airbus’ units in Russia continue working according to plan and there are no disruptions in the aircraft manufacturer’s work with Russian partners, airlines or producers, the Airbus official said.
Airbus manufactures aircraft for sale while lease is a separate area on the market where there are special leasing companies, either Russian or western, which purchase airliners and lease them out to Russian firms, he said. The Airbus official said he hoped that this process would continue.
Russian flagship airline Aeroflot is Airbus’s main customer in Russia.