Daily Archives: 05.04.2019

BOEING declares 737 MAX will return to the sky “among the safest aircraft in history”

After the update of the node problem, Boeing 737 MAX will be “one of the safest aircraft in the world,” The Boeing Co. said.

Passenger traffic at Georgian airports grew by 21 percent in January-March 2019

According to the Georgian Airports Association, the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development, according to the data for the three months of 2019, Georgian airports in general served 1,014,732 passengers, which is by 21% more than in the same period last year – 2018 – 839,518 passengers.

1,349 passengers use Georgian domestic airports

According to the Georgian Airports Association under the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development, this figure is by 60 percent higher, as compared to the same period last year: in March 2018, 263 passengers used the Mestia Airport only.

Boeing finds another error in the 737 MAX software

The Boeing Company acknowledged that the 737 MAX aircraft software contains another bug that is not related to the MCAS problem.

When will the Nur-Sultan – Tokyo flight be launched?

The direct air route from the capital of Kazakhstan to Tokyo, Japan, will be subsidized by the state, Kazinform agency reports with reference to the Telegram channel of the Civil Aviation Committee under the Ministry of Industry and Infrastructure Development (MIID), Kazakhstan.

Failure in MCAS played a role in air crash of two aircraft – the CEO of Boeing

A failure in the Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System (MCAS) took place on board both of the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft that had suffered in the past five months. This was announced in a statement posted on Thursday on the Boeing’s website by Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg, commenting on the results of a preliminary report on the causes of the March 10 crash of an Ethiopian Airlines aircraft. The plane of the same model crashed in Indonesia on October 29 last year, Trend reports with reference to TASS.