Daily Archives: 15.03.2019

Germany’s ‘Airport Consulting Partners GmbH Beratende Ingenieure’ signs contract in Uzbekistan

A meeting with representatives of the German company named “Airport Consulting Partners GmbH Beratende Ingenieure” was held at the Uzbekistan Temir Yollari joint stock company (JSC). During the dialogue, issues were discussed to strengthen the friendly relations of both sides and the new comprehensive construction of the civil aviation airport based on the Tashkent-East airfield.

AirBaltic resumes its Riga – Baku direct flights

AirBaltic, the Latvian airline, will start operating its direct flights from Riga, Latvia, to Baku, Azerbaijan, on May 2, 2019, a source in the country’s aviation market told Trend.

MYWAY AIRLINES launches Tbilisi – Zhukovsky flights

The Zhukovsky International Airport, Russia, and Myway Airlines, Georgia, announce the start of their partnership and the upcoming launching of regular air service on the Tbilisi, Georgia –Zhukovsky, Russia – Tbilisi air route. The first flight from the capital of Georgia to Zhukovsky will take place on April 26, 2019.

CEO of Somon Air Thomas V. Hallam II heads U.S. Chamber of Commerce in Tajikistan

Thomas V. Hallam II, CEO, Somon Air, Tajikistan, was elected as a Chairperson of the Board of Directors of AmCham Tajikistan, as this is the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in Tajikistan (U.S. Trade Council in Tajikistan), according to the Somon Air’s press service.

Passengers most often flew from Kutaisi to Vienna in February 2019

According to the Georgian Airports Association under the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development, Georgia, in 2019, people most often travel from Kutaisi airport to Vienna, so the capital city of Austria heads the Top-5 cities/leaders in demand.

Pilots of Boeing-737 in two years 23 times reported about problems with the liner

The reports of the Aviation Safety Reporting System (ASRS) showed that, since 2017, the Boeing 737 MAX crews had any kind of problems 23 times with their aircraft, according to the CNN News Agency, USA.

Boeing pauses 737 MAX deliveries in wake of deadly crash

Boeing Co said on Thursday it was pausing deliveries of its 737 MAX aircraft to customers following the grounding of the jetliner around the world, as the world’s largest planemaker responds to its worst crises in years, Trend reported citing Reuters.

The number of Yekaterinburg – Baku flights to be increased

IrAero Airlines, Irkutsk, Russia, will launch its new international flight en route Yekaterinburg, Russia – Baku, Azerbaijan Trend, reports with reference to the Russian media.