Daily Archives: 25.10.2019

Honeywell forecasts supply growth in 2020

The Arizona-based company (Booths N1816B and N4302) issued its 28th annual Global Business Aviation Outlook on the eve of NBAA’s annual conference and exhibition, covering a period through 2029.

Ryanair Airlines gets the right to fly to Georgia

The Irish low-cost airline named Ryanair starts operating its regular flights to Georgia’s Tbilisi and Kutaisi. The first flight to Tbilisi International Airport will be completed on November 6, 2019.

Lilium electric air taxi makes its first full flight

As part of the test, the Lilium electric flying taxi took off, flew several kilometers and landed successfully. Previously, the device was only able to take off, the @ hi-tech portal reported.

UKCAAi, Kazakhstan aviation administration launch joint project

UKCAAi specialists together with Kazakh aviation administration officials began to conduct a legislative review of the civil aviation industry to comply with international standards of civil aviation regulation, preparation of the inclusion of EASA/EU standards in the AAK regulations, as well as the legal structure of safety supervision, points and requirements of the Chicago Convention, the UK model, etc.

Voronezh – Osh flight schedule from Russia’s Ural Airlines

On November 02, 2019 Ural Airlines, Russia, will launch its new flight en route Voronezh, Russia – Osh, Kyrgyzstan. Flights from the Voronezh’s Chertovitsky International Airport to Osh International Airport in Kyrgyzstan will be operated on Saturdays by Airbus A320 airliners according to the following flight schedule:

SKY REVIEW: Results of the 40th Session of the ICAO Assembly

During the 40th Session of the ICAO Assembly, a wide range of issues related to safety was considered.