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Air Madagascar heavily sanctioned by the prohibition for its registered aircraft in the Island to connect Europe

The national airline company of the Island, Air Madagascar, is still blacklisted since April 2011 and banned from flying in European airspace with registered aircraft in the Island.
The company officials hope to see the removal of these restrictions operating in European airspace in 2015. For the current ban is currently lost each year some 30 million euros to Air of Madagascar.
As a reminder, Air Madagascar is thus still registered (reactualized list) since 11 December on list B establishment in 2005 and which refuses to fly over European airspace for aircraft on which are recorded in terms of breaches of security.
Air Madagascar is nevertheless permitted to connect Europe with chartered aircraft and crews of air carriers which are not subject to any prohibition.


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