Category Archives: Analytics

AIRBUS net profit increased by almost 30% in 2018

The net profit of the Airbus Aircraft Manufacturing Concern increased by 29% in 2018 and amounted to EUR 3.054 billion, the company said in its press release.

Boeing’s net profit for 2018 increased by 24%

The net profit of the Boeing Co., USA, the world’s largest manufacturers of aviation, space and military equipment, increased by 24% year-on-year in 2018, reaching US $10.46 billion, according to the company.

Record number of passengers around the world could not fly on time from airports in 2018

Over 10 million passengers worldwide suffered in 2018 due to delays and cancellation of their direct flights, for which compensation is due, Interfax reported with reference to the research published AirHelp.

Repair of aircraft or buy a new one: the pros and cons

The repair market in the business aviation segment is on the rise. Many of the aircraft delivered in the past 15 years are still in excellent working condition, so many owners of private commercial aircraft are investing in upgrading existing machines, rather than replacing them with younger or recently released models.

What will mean opening of a new airport in Istanbul for Central Asia?

The Istanbul’s Ataturk International Airport is connected with the largest number of cities in 122 countries of the world by means of direct flights. Turkish Airlines operates its flights from this airport to 49 Turkish and 255 foreign airports, including seven Central Asian airports in Almaty, Astana, Tashkent, Samarkand, Dushanbe, Bishkek and Ashgabat.

Airbus SE, Boeing did not fulfill aircraft delivery plan in 2018

European aircraft manufacturing concern Airbus SE and its U.S. competitor Boeing Co. failed to deliver the planned number of aircraft to their customers in 2018.

The safest airlines worldwide in 2018 named

JACDEC (Jet Airliner Crash Data Evaluation Center, the German center for the assessment of passenger aircraft crash data, has published an annual rating of the safest airlines in the world, according to Interfax.

The number of air passengers may double worldwide in twenty years

By 2037, the number of air passengers worldwide may double up to 8.2 billion, ATOR reports with reference to the International Air Transport Association (IATA).

TOP air companies at Georgian civil aviation market

The Georgian civil aviation market is growing from year to year along with the growing number of international travelers. If in 2015, 33 companies operated in the airspace of Georgia, this year their number increased to 57.

Boeing crash in Indonesia: the plane was not supposed to fly into the air

Experts in Indonesia, investigating the causes of the collapse of the liner airline Lion Air, which killed all on board 189 people, said that according to its technical condition the plane should not take off, and it should be decommissioned.