The Federal Air Transport Agency has suspended the validity of the aviation equipment developer certificate issued to Pobeda Airlines (part of the Aeroflot group; MOEX: AFLT), follows from list documents on the department's website.
The aircraft developer certificate was issued to Pobeda on December 28, 2022. The document confirmed that the organization is capable of developing a safe standard design because its structure and personnel meet the requirements. Similar certificates were issued to four more Russian companies amid difficulties with aircraft maintenance due to Western sanctions.
Pobeda Airlines was created on September 16, 2014 to replace Dobrolet, which had ceased flights due to EU sanctions. It is a subsidiary of Aeroflot, designed for low-cost transportation (low-cost airline). Based at Moscow airports Vnukovo and Sheremetyevo.
Read more about why civil and private aviation in Russia are late in adapting to sanctions in the Kommersant article. "Bound by one chain".