n February 2022, the EU (along with other countries, such as the US, Canada and the UK) refused access to EU airports for Russian carriers of all kinds and banned them from overflying EU airspace. Russia has in turn banned airlines of those countries from entering or flying over Russia. Consequently, movements by air of roughly 3.3 % of air passenger traffic in Europe have stopped, in addition to the passenger flights between Russia and Europe, which accounted for 5.7 % of total European traffic in 2021.
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