Daily Archives: 23.05.2019

Gulf Air to bring Chelsea and Arsenal fans to Baku by special flight

In order to facilitate the travel of Chelsea and Arsenal fans to Baku, Azerbaijan, the Bahrain’s national air carrier, Gulf Air upgraded its aircraft, which will have to fly to Heydar Aliyev International Airport on May 29, 2019, Trend reports quoting Gulf Air.

GAMA publishes its supply report

The General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) has published the results of the industry in the Q1 2019. According to the GAMA’s report, during the first three months of this year, an increase was recorded in all segments of the aircraft, but there was a decrease in the supply of helicopters, as compared to the Q1 2018.

The exact date for returning BOEING 737 to service has not yet been determined

Daniel Elwell, Acting CEO, United States’ Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) stated that he does not have an exact date for the return of Boeing 737 MAX aircraft to service after the refusal of airlines around the world to use them in their transportation.

Media: XIAMEN AIRLINES demands compensation from BOEING for idling its Boeing-737 MAX aircraft

Xiamen Airlines, China, has demanded compensation from The Boeing Company for idling its Boeing-737 MAX aircraft, the Renmin Wan reported on Thursday.

Repair of two Air Defense Forces’ helicopters requires $ 2.5 million

Repair of two Mi-8 MTV helicopters in Kyrgyzstan requires about $ 2.5 million. The Command of the Air Defense Forces informed 24.kg news agency.

Batumi, Nur-Sultan to establish direct flights

Kazakhstan’s SCAT Airlines will carry out its regular flights en route Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan – Batumi, Georgia, according to the website of the Civil Aviation Agency under the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia.

Lufthansa offers two additional Tbilisi – Munich flights

Lufthansa recently increased its flight offering on the Tbilisi – Munich (Germany) route by adding two additional flights totaling nine connections per week.