Monthly Archives: July 2019

Kazakhstan’s FlyArystan denies information on engine failure

On July 30, 2019, when preparing the FlyArystan Airlines’ domestic flight No. KS7168, which was scheduled to fly en route Uralsk – Almaty, the flight was delayed due to the need for additional testing of the air supply control system.

GEORGIAN AIRWAYS enters cargo business against background of the ban on direct flights from the Russian Federation

Georgian Airways plans to become a business partner of the Post of Georgia to develop cargo transportation by air. According to Roman Bokeria, CEO, Georgian Airways, cooperation in this direction is important for both parties.

Net profit of AIRBUS increased by 2.4 times in H1 2019

Airbus, the European aircraft manufacturing concern, increased its net profit by 2.4 times in the H1 2019, as compared to the same period last year – up to EUR 1,197 billion, as it follows from the company’s statements.

The largest aircraft in the world operates 40-minute flight

Emirates Airlines operated its first flight on the A380 – the largest serial airliner in the world – between the cities of Dubai and Muscat. The distance between the largest city of the UAE and the capital of Oman is only 340 kilometers.

Online discussions should not be blindly trusted

Earlier, the Uzbekistan Airways official website reported that as part of the project, further unification and modernization of the aircraft fleet, as well as to reduce operating costs, the air company offered for sale aircraft that are over 15 years old, namely:

FlyArystan’s delayed flight in Kazakhstan’s Uralsk: passengers placed in the hotel

The FlyArystan Airlines’ plane that was supposed to fly en route Uralsk – Almaty was delayed for 13 hours due to additional testing of the air supply control system, Kazinform reported.

WIZZ AIR encourages its passengers to rest in Georgia’s Batumi

Choose Batumi, Georgia, for the next trip, as this is the Europe’s fastest growing tourist destination – over 2.5 million WIZZ AIR passengers will receive this call within a month.

FlyArystan aircraft’s engine failed – media

Just before starting operating a domestic flight en route Uralsk – Almaty the plane owned by FlyArystan, the low-cost regional air carrier registered in Kazakhstan, could not start its engines, as one of them failed, reports citing the ‘My City’ portal.

Ministry of Economy: any airline can participate in the incentive program

The Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development, Georgia, explains that every airline can take part in the flight incentive program, according to the Channel One.

INDIGO Airlines not to enter Georgian civil aviation market this year

INDIGO Airlines, India, has changed its mind to enter the Georgian civil aviation market, as this was stated by Maya Murachashvili, founder of Iber Tours Plus. This tourist company works in the Indian market.