Daily Archives: 06.02.2018

Prices in the secondary market are falling

According to the latest report from Asset Insight, as regards the state of the business aviation market, last quarter, prices for used aircraft continued to fall, but in the last year they fell by 22.6%.

Bell Helicopter’s supplies increase

Last year, supplies of Bell Helicopter’s commercial helicopters grew by 15.8% as the company increased shipments of its new Bell 505 Jet Ranger X. In total, the manufacturer last year delivered 132 helicopters to customers, including twenty-seven 505s, four 206 L / LTs, forty-four 407s, thirty-six 429s, thirteen 412s and eight Huey IIs. In 2016, Bell delivered 114 helicopters including ten 206 L / LTs, fifty seven 407s, twenty-eight 429s, ten 412s and nine Huey IIs.

Uzbekistan Airways makes Seoul – Urgench direct flight

On January 29, 2018, Uzbekistan Airways transported a group of Korean tourists from Seoul, South Korea, to Urgench, Uzbekistan, as they arrived in Uzbekistan to get acquainted with its historical and cultural heritage.

Uzbekistаn Airways starts Umra program

Since February 1, 2018 Uzbekistan Airways has started operating its flights to transport pilgrims to Saudi Arabia, the Air Company reported.

Boeing debuts first 737 MAX 7

Longest-range MAX airplane to begin flight test in the coming weeks.

Flights to Georgia have become frequent

A large increase in passenger traffic was recorded in all three international airports of Georgia, according to the Civil Aviation Agency under the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development.

Kazakhstan to launch Atyrau – Europe flights

A new regular flight from Atyrau, Kazakhstan, to Frankfurt, Germany, will be launched on March 26, 2018, the Civil Aviation Committee under the Ministry of Investment and Development of Kazakhstan reports.