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EASA mulls lifting restrictions on 5 Bulgarian cargo airlines

Date: 29.05.2007

Experts from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) began on Monday a review of five Bulgarian cargo companies with a view to lift the restriction to fly in EU airspace.

Bulgaria's civil aviation authority blacklisted Air Sofia, Bright Aviation Services, Heli Air Services, Skorpion Air and Vega Airlines in February as a precautionary measure.

The review, carried out together with Bulgarian authorities and European Commission experts, will conclude at the end of the week.

Representatives from the five companies estimated the costs of upgrading each AN-12 cargo plane used by the companies at USD 150.000-180.000.

The EU's air space includes all member states, but also Switzerland, Iceland and Norway, countries that are not part of the bloc.

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