Daily Archives: 30.05.2019

Boeing announces problems with 737 MAX deliveries even after their certification

The U.S. Boeing Company will experience some problems with the supply of Boeing-737 MAXs even after their certification, Dennis Muhlenberg, CEO, The Boeing Company, said at an event for investors, The Wall Street Journal reported.

FlyArystan starts flying to Kazakhstan’s Shymkent, Pavlodar

Today, the first Kazakhstan low-cost airline named FlyArystan made its first flights to Shymkent and Pavlodar, Kazakhstan. From now on, daily flights to these destinations will be operated on modern 180-passenger seat Airbus A320 airliners.

Foreign airlines allowed one-time charter flights within Russia

Foreign airlines will be able to operate their one-time passenger and cargo flights between Russian cities. This is evidenced by a government decree approved on May 24, 2019, as it was published on the portal of legal information.

Kazakhstan’s SCAT Airlines launches its direct flight to Prague

Kazakhstan’s SCAT airline will launch Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan – Prague, Czech Republic – Nur-Sultan flight in early June, Kazinform has learnt from the Civil Aviation Committee under the Ministry of Industry and Infrastructure Development, Kazakhstan.

Lion Air lost US $ 20 million due to downtime for Boeing 737 MAX

Lion Air, Indonesia, claimed a loss of about US $ 20 million due to a ban on the operation of Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, Trend reports with reference to the TASS News Agency

Chelyabinsk – Batumi direct flight launches in June 2019

Since June 23, 2019 UVT Aero Airlines, Russia, launches direct flight en route Chelyabinsk, Russia – Batumi, Georgia. Flights will be operated once a week: to Batumi – on Sundays, whereas the return flight – on Mondays.