Monthly Archives: November 2019

Airbus plans to fly the world’s first hybrid aircraft by 2035

Airbus plans to create the world’s first hybrid passenger aircraft. This was stated in Hamburg by the CEO of Airbus Guillaume Faury.

Passage between the terminals opened at airport in Kazakhstan’s Nur-Sultan

A transitional gallery has opened at the Nursultan Nazarbayev International Airport by the Day of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Kazinform reports with reference to the airport.

How beneficial is the Georgian civil aviation market?

Recently, representatives of a number of Georgian airlines have announced a reduction in passenger traffic and a lack of competition in the civil aviation market. However, real numbers suggest the opposite – the number of airlines operating in Georgia, as well as passenger traffic are growing.

Direct charter flights between Georgia’s Tbilisi, Bangkok to be launched

Thai AirAsia X air company will carry out six charter flights on the route Tbilisi-Bangkok-Tbilisi, Trend reports referring to Georgian media outlets.

Low-cost airline Buta Airways launches direct flights to Lviv

Starting from December 23, 2019 low-cost airline Buta Airways will launch direct flights from Baku to Lviv. Thus, the number of the airline’s destinations in Ukraine will reach four. Buta Airways already operates flights to Kiev, Kharkiv and Odessa.

Natives of Uzbekistan were victims of plane crash in Canada

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) of Uzbekistan confirmed a media report about the deaths of natives of Uzbekistan namely Otabek Oblokulov and Bobomurod Nabiyev, as well as their family members (seven people) as a result of the air crash of a light-engine private plane that occurred in Ontario, Canada, on November 27, 2019, Kazinform reported.

Abashidze: Moscow is thinking about restoring air links with Georgia

According to the special representative of the Prime Minister of Georgia on relations with Russia Zurab Abashidze, when meeting with Grigory Karasin, Russia, he raised the issue to restore direct flights en route Georgia – Russia.

Flights of Boeing 737 MAXs to resume no earlier than the beginning of 2020

The renewal deadlines for Boeing 737 MAXs are likely to shift for 2020, Trend reported with reference to TASS on Thursday, as earlier The New York Times reported with reference to officials familiar with the situation around this type of airliners, whose flights were suspended after two air crashes.

Kazakhstan’s SCAT Airlines launches flights to Saudi Arabia

Starting from November 30, 2019, Kazakhstan’s SCAT Airlines will begin operating its flights en routes Almaty – Medina on Wednesdays and Almaty – Jeddah on Saturdays on its Boeing-757 aircraft, Trend reported on Thursday with reference to the Civil Aviation Committee, Kazakhstan.

New Azerbaijani aircraft number 1

According to BizavNews, the Boeing 777-200LR (4K-AZ01), which is intended for the government of Azerbaijan, was rolled out of the final assembly shop of The Boeing Company in Seattle.