The U.S. Bureau of Industry and Security has issued an order denying the export privileges of:
- Ribway Airlines Company Limited (from The Gambia),
- Af-Aviation Limited (from Wolverhampton, UK),
- Andy Farmer (from Wolverhampton, UK),
- John Edward Meadows (from East Sussex, UK), and
- Jeffrey John James Ashfield (from East Sussex, UK).
This is a temporary denial order that is only valid for 180 days, unless extended. Although published in today’s Federal register, the order is actually dated January 19, 2016. The Order prohibits the denied parties from engaging in export transactions, and it includes a prohibition against third parties exporting from the U.S. to any of these denied parties.
Absent a license that authorizes sales to these denied parties, sales of US-origin FAA-PMA parts to such denied parties may violate the temporary denial order.
MARPA members with a history of doing business with any of these parties should ensure that their future transactions remain consistent with U.S. law. While the Order remains effective, those who are approached by any of these denied parties should exercise caution in their dealings.