Daily Archives: 18.11.2019

Tajikistan’s Somon Air presents its Airbus H125 helicopter

Somon Air, Tajikistan, held the presentation of its Airbus H125 helicopter at Dushanbe International Airport, the Air Company’s Press Service said.

Emirates says it ordered 50 Airbus A350 in a deal worth $16 billion

Emirates said on Monday it had placed a firm order for 50 Airbus A350 jets worth $16 billion at list prices, Trend with reference to Reuters reports.

Small Aviation – a global layout

The global fleet today has approximately 416 thousand aircraft. And most of it is represented by small aircraft. Small planes and helicopters are used to solve a whole range of problems. They fly where air travel is almost the only way to get from one point to another.

GAMA reports for Jan-Sep 2019

The General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) has published industry results for the January – September 2019. According to the GAMA’s report, during the three quarters of 2019, the supply of piston aircraft and business jets increased, as compared to the same period in 2018, while the supply of turboprop aircraft and helicopters decreased.

Kazakhstan’s FlyArystan to launch Semey – Almaty domestic flight – flight schedule

On December 13, 2019 the first low-cost airline in Kazakhstan named FlyArystan will begin carrying out its new domestic flight en route Semey – Almaty. Flights will be operated daily on Airbus A320 airliners according to the following flight schedule:

Russia’s Azimuth Airlines to launch Rostov-On-Don – Baku air service – flight schedule

On December 2, 2019, Azimuth Airlines, Russia, will launch its new international flight en route Rostov-On-Don, Russia –  Baku, Azerbaijan. Flights from the Rostov-On-Don’s Platov International Airport to the Baku’s Heydar Aliyev International Airport will be operated twice a week on Sukhoi Superjet-100 airliner according to the following flight schedule:

Airbus may develop non-polluting aircraft by 2030

Airbus SE could potentially build an emission-free, 100-seat regional aircraft by the early 2030s, as the aviation industry speeds its response to mounting concern over air travel’s carbon footprint, according to the head of the planemaker’s new-product development arm.