Daily Archives: 10.06.2019

SCAT Airlines’ Nur-Sultan (Astana) – Batumi flight schedule

On June 7, 2019, SCAT Airlines, Kazakhstan, launched its new flight en route Nur-Sultan (Astana), Kazakhstan – Batumi, Georgia. Flights from Nursultan Nazarbayev International Airport, Kazakhstan will be operated twice a week on Boeing 737-300 aircraft according to the following flight schedule:

SkyUp Airlines’ Odessa – Kutaisi new regular flight schedule

On June 4, 2019 SkyUp Airlines, the Ukrainian low cost airline launched its new regular flight to Georgia en route Odessa, Ukraine – Kutaisi, Georgia. Flights to Kutaisi’s Copitnari International Airport are operated twice a week on a Boeing 737-800 aircraft according to the following flight schedule:

Petropavlovsk – Egypt maiden flight delayed for 10 hours

The flight from Petropavlovskm Kazakhstan, to Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt was delayed for 10 hours, according to the Kazinform News Agency, Kazakhstan.

Kazakhstan plans to produce H-145M military helicopters

Kazakhstan plans to produce H-145M military helicopters, this was announced during the eighth meeting of the Kazakh-French commission on armaments cooperation, Kazinform reports with reference to the Ministry of Digital Development, Defense and Aerospace Industry, Kazakhstan.

Rooms Hotel Kazbegi staff interrogated because of helicopter crash

As regards the recent helicopter crash case, the Mtskheta Police Headquarters organized interrogation of the Rooms Hotel Kazbegi staff.

AZAL plane departs to Azerbaijan’s Nakhichevan after emergency landing in Lankaran International Airport

AZAL J2-253 plane en route Baku-Nakhchivan that made an emergency landing in the Lankaran International Airport on June 8, has successfully departed to Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic at 17:00 (GMT +4), Trend reports.

American Airlines extends grounding of Boeing 737 Max fleet through September

Boeing’s global fleet of 737 MAX aircraft was grounded after two 737 MAX planes crashed within six months of each other – the first in Indonesia in October 2018 and the second in Ethiopia in March 2019, killing a combined 346 people on board both airplanes, Trend reports citing Sputnik.

Boeing didn’t plan to fix 737 Max defect till 2020

House lawmakers demanded records from Boeing Co., one of its suppliers and U.S. aviation regulators on why a cockpit alert that might have helped pilots in two fatal 737 Max crashes was installed with a defect that the plane maker didn’t plan to fix it until 2020.

Plane flying from St. Petersburg to Almaty was forced to land in Moscow

The plane owned by Air Astana, the Kazakhstan’s flag air carrier, was flying en route St. Petersburg, Russia – Almaty, Kazakhstan, and it made emergency landing at one of the airports in Moscow, Russia, for technical reasons.