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EU Air Safety List
In order to view the list of prohibited airlines, you can either have a look at the complete list of prohibited airlines or browse this website by pressing the "Search prohibited airlines" link. There are actually two air safety listings. Firstly, Annex A contains a list of all air carriers prohibited from flying in Europe.
A second list (Annex B) contains airlines that are not allowed to operate in Europe under certain circumstances. They are both periodically reviewed and republished in the Official Journal of the European Union. EU Safeguard List (i.e. "a list of all carriers banned within the Community") is a list of those which the European Commission has adopted under Regulation (EC) No 2111/2005 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 14 December 2005 on the drawing up of a list of those European Union carriers banned from operating within the European Union and on the information to be given to passengers concerning the identification of the performing carrier and on the grounds of the opinion of the EU Aviation Security Committee, either a total or a total or total closure of operations within the European Union for non-compliance with the existing rules.
Every possible endeavour has been made to check the precise identities of all carriers on the EU safety list, inter alia by introducing, where known, the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) attributed to each carrier the country of certification and the number of the AOC ( "or approval to operate").
However, a full review has not been possible in all cases, for example due to a failure to provide information on some airlines flying at the frontier or completely outside the recognized rules of globalisation. Therefore, it cannot be ruled out that there are airlines that are not prohibited but which use the same trade name as an air carrier on the EU safety list.
Furthermore, the Commission does not necessarily know the name and other particulars of each carrier that has been certificated by a state for which all airlines are prohibited from being used. While the name of such an air carrier, which is not known to the Commission, is not on the EU safety list, it is prohibited from flying within the European Union because of the prohibition of all airlines listed in that state.
Air carriers that are prohibited from flying could be certified within the European Union by using wet-leased aircrafts of an air carrier that is not prohibited from flying, provided that the appropriate security is upheld. Airplanes used in such missions could be labelled as if they were part of the prohibited airlines' group.
At any rate, the Court of Justice of the European Union is the ultimate arbiter of Union legislation. European Commission does not warrant the accuracy of the information provided by this web site and does not accept liability for any damages that may arise from the use of this web site.
No 474/2006 on the Community list of Community airlines banned from the Community, as it has been announced in the Official Journal of the European Union.