Daily Archives: 01.08.2019

EASA updates flight crew training rules

Flight crew training rules for certain helicopter and airplane operations would be updated under a notice of proposed amendment (NPA) from the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).

What will be the business aviation airport in Tashkent?

Uzbekistan Temir Yollari (Uzbekistan Railways) signed a contract with B&A Contractors S.A. and IT Engineering S. A., members of the Mabetex Group, Switzerland, for the design and construction of the terminal at the new airport (Terminal-2) – a business aviation center based on the Tashkent-Vostochny airfield with a capacity of 1,000 passengers per hour, according to the Uzbekistan Railways JSC.

World airlines increased passenger traffic by 7% in 2018

In 2018, world airlines increased transportation by 6.9%, as compared to 2017, up to 4.4 billion people, Interfax reported citing data from the International Air Transport Association (IATA).

Pilot error believed to be cause of SSJ crash at Sheremetyevo, says source

The investigation of the May 2019 Sukhoi Superjet 100 crash in Moscow’s Sheremetyevo Airport considers a pilot error to be the main cause of the tragedy, a source in the investigative agencies told TASS on Wednesday, underlining that the investigation may take up approximately 18 more moths, Trend reports.

Turkish experts brought in to search for crashed military plane in Azerbaijan

Turkish experts brought in to search for a crashed military plane in Azerbaijan, Trend reported on Wednesday with reference to the Ministry of Defense.

Georgian airline finds a way to fly to Russia

MyWay Airlines, Georgia, has found a way to circumvent the ban on flights to Russia by operatinbg its flights to Moscow, Russia, via Minsk, Belarus, Igor Aptsiauri, Commercial Director, MyWay Airlines, said in his interview with Sputnik.