Daily Archives: 06.07.2018

Baku, Bucharest can establish direct flights by the end of 2018

The Romanian state-owned airline TAROM plans to launch a direct flight from Bucharest, Romania, to Baku, Azerbaijan, according to the Romanian media.

Optimism comes to the business aviation market

“70% of 450 business operators in the JetNet iQ Q2 2018 survey believe that the current market cycle has pushed off from the bottom,” said Managing Director Rollie Vincent at the annual JetNet IQ Summit in White Plains, New York.

Aeropodium comes to Baku, Azerbaijan

Leading European business aviation experts will fly to Baku, the capital of Azerbaijan, on September 10, 2018. With the support of Bombardier and Bermuda Civil Aviation Authority, the CIS Business Aviation Symposium is launched by Aeropodium, the Great Britain.

Airbus delivered 303 new commercial aircraft to its customers in Jan-Jun 2018

As of June 30, 2018, Airbus, the European aircraft building concern, has registered its firm orders for 206 commercial aircraft, according to the company’s materials.

Terror or hooliganism – incident at Tbilisi International Airport

An unknown person threw equipment with carbon monoxide into one of the rooms on the territory of Tbilisi International Airport, Georgia. There was a panic. The airport’s Public Relations Service confirmed information to the Droni.ge News Agency.

UTair gets Federal Air Transport Agency’s admission for Ufa – Kutaisi flight

The Federal Air Transport Agency (FATA), Russia, gave the UTair Airlines permission for operating its regular flights from Ufa, Russia, to Kutaisi, Georgia, the FATA said.

Boeing, Embraer agree to form joint venture to produce passenger aircraft

On Thursday, July 4, the most important event occurred in the civil aviation market over the past few years: Boeing signed an agreement to establish a joint venture with Brazilian Embraer in the civil aviation sector, Kommersant writes.