Category Archives: Analytics

Business aviation’s number of flights breaks records

Jet Support Services, Inc. (JSSI), the leading independent provider of maintenance and financial services in business aviation, has issued the next Business Aviation Index report for the first quarter of 2018. According to the index, which tracks the use of approximately 2000 business aircraft around the world, the raid in the first quarter of 2018 was at the highest level compared to any first quarter since 2008.

Dubai Aerospace in talks to place huge order for 400 jets

Dubai Aerospace Enterprise, one of the world’s largest aircraft lessors, is in talks to buy 400 jetliners from Airbus and Boeing and is prepared to expand its fleet through acquisition if talks fall through, its chief executive told Reuters on Thursday.

The world’s cheapest airlines based in Asia

Four of the world’s five cheapest airlines are based in Asia, according to a Global Flight Pricing survey conducted by the Rome2Rio tourist search engine. The experts analyzed the tariffs for the flight to economy class of 200 air carriers from different countries and calculated the cost of one “air” kilometer.

Civil aviation transport in Turkmenistan intensively develops

Turkmenistan Airlines is the flagship air carrier of Turkmenistan. According to official data, this is the safest airline in Asia. The air transport of Turkmenistan is of particular importance for the provision of long-distance passenger and freight traffic.

Gulfstream deliveries reduce but orders remain at level

In the Q1 2018, Gulfstream Aerospace’s deliveries declined by 13.3%, as compared to the same period last year. During the first three months of this year, this company supplied 26 aircraft. Deliveries of the super middle G280 amounted seven aircraft, as it was in the Q1 2017. But the supply of large-sized business jets fell by four aircraft, down to 19 planes.

Business aviation stimulates the growth of Europe

The European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) published the Economic Value and Business Benefits Report, which details the value for the European economy from business aviation.

War of air travel: will Tajikistan and Russia agree upon?

Andrei Grozin, Director, Central Asia Department, CIS Institute, explains whether the aviation authorities of Tajikistan and Russia take some decision on the contentious issues or no and how soon this may happen.

Gama Aviation grows due to new acquisitions

On Monday, British Gama Aviation published its financial results for 2017. According to the company, revenues increased by 5.8% up to US $ 207 million, while operating profit came to US $ 18.7 million (+ 28.3%).

Refueling Company in Tajikistan increases cost of jet fuel by 30%

The Refueling Company, which owns the exclusive right to import aviation fuel, has increased the cost of aviation kerosene by 30% since early February 2018, from US $1,120 to US $1,465 per metric ton.

Airbus sums up 2017 results: the results exceeded the targets

Airbus SE (stock exchange symbol: AIR) reported 2017   financial results and provided an outlook for 2018.  It overachieved on its 2017 guidance for all key performance indicators, driven by a strong underlying performance.