Daily Archives: 20.11.2019

AZAL’s winter schedule of flights to Georgia’s Tbilisi, Batumi approved

The Georgian Civil Aviation Agency approved the winter flight schedule for 2019-2020.

Saudi Arabia to hold second international Airshow in February 2021

Saudi Arabia expects to receive twice as many participants during the second international air show, which will be held in Riyadh on February 16-18, 2021, the organizers of the event stated during the Dubai Airshow, according to Prime.

Six Russian airlines estimate losses from a ban on flights to Georgia at US $ 50 million

Six Russian airlines estimated their losses from the ban on flights to Georgia at US $ 50 million, the Russia’s Vedomosti Newspaper reported with reference to some sources.

“No food, no apology”: Kazakhstan residents complain about nine-hour flight delay from Kazakhstan’s Bek Air Airlines

Passengers of the Bek Air’s Aktau – Nur-Sultan domestic flight in Kazakhstan complained that the departure of the aircraft was delayed by nine hours. At the same time, the passengers noted, they were not provided with hot meals, accommodation in a hotel and even basic apologies, according to NUR.KZ.

Buta Airways aircraft makes emergency landing

Due to the sharp deterioration in the condition of one of the passengers on the Buta Airways’ flight No. J2 9103, the crew commander decided to return to the departure airport, where the plane made a safe landing at 09:40 am Baku time, Trend reported citing the airline.

Russian airline suffers significant losses after flights ban to Georgia

Ural Airlines, Russia, lost a billion rubles as a result of the cancellation of flights en route Russia – Georgia, Trend reports citing Ria Novosti. This information was provided by Sergey Skuratov, CEO, Ural Airlines.

Emirates close to buying 30 Boeing 787 in fleet compromise deal

Emirates and Boeing (BA.N) are fine-tuning a deal that could see the Dubai carrier order around 30 787 Dreamliners as part of wider discussions about amending a separate order for 150 Boeing 777X jets, people familiar with the matter said on Wednesday, Trend with reference to Reuters reports.