Monthly Archives: October 2019

EASA flight test experts completed third session of МС-21-300 certification flights

Flight test experts of the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) completed the third flight session of МС-21-300 certification program.

Australia’s largest airline to check all BOEING 737 of its fleet for defects

Qantas, the largest Australian airline, will conduct a comprehensive inspection of Boeing 737 aircraft in its fleet after detecting fuselage defects on its two aircraft, ABC Broadcasting Company announced on Thursday.

GlobalAir.com watches revival of secondary market

GlobalAir.com, an aviation information online resource and BuyPlane application developer, said at the NBAA-BACE 2019 that the cost of used aircraft hosted on the site increased to US $ 6.5 billion in the Q3 2019 or by about 17% higher than a year ago.

First Airbus H125 helicopter delivered to Tajikistan – UPDATE

An export helicopter assembled in Kazakhstan handed over to Tajikistan in Nur Sultan, Kazakhstan.

Airbus net profit increased 1.5 times in January – September 2019

The Airbus Group’s net profit in January – September 2019 increased by 1.5 times, as compared to the same period last year, and amounted to EUR 2.186 billion, Prime reported with reference to the company’s financial statements.

Ryanair Airlines launches Kutaisi – Marseille flight

On November 07, 2019 low-cost Ryanair Airlines, Ireland, launches its new flight en route Georgia –  France, namely Kutaisi – Marseille one. Flights from Kutaisi’s Kopitnari International Airport to Marseille’s Provence International Airport will be operated twice a week on a Boeing 737-800 according to the following flight schedule:

Turkish Airlines launches non-stop Istanbul – Ulaanbaatar flights, reducing the fifth degree of freedom of flights via Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

Turkish Airlines announced on launching non-stop flights en route Istanbul, Turkey – Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, thus reducing the fifth freedom of flight (not flying via Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan).

Kazakhstan to supply its helicopters to Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan

Kazakhstan will start exporting helicopters assembled in the country to Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan, the Information-Analytic Center reported.

Domestic air service capacities in Kazakhstan increased by 33%

Kazakhstan is rightfully one of the fastest growing civil aviation markets in the world.

Ural Airlines plane flying from Moscow to Kulyab forced to land in Tashkent

The A-321 plane owned by Ural Airlines, Russia, was flying from Moscow, Russia, to Kulyab, Tajikistan, but it was forced to land in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, due to heavy fog at the destination airport, RIA Novosti, Russia, reported on October 30, 2019 referring to a spokesperson of Tashkent International Airport.