transport in the world

Iran's Mahan Air banned in Germany - media

The German government has withdrawn permission to operate for Iranian airline Mahan Air from its airports. "The Federal Aviation Office (LBA) will this week suspend the operating license of Iranian airline Mahan," …

Read
Boeing delivers record 806 aircraft in 2018

Boeing Co (BA.N) delivered a record 806 aircraft in 2018 to retain the title of the world’s biggest planemaker for the seventh straight year, but missed its full-year target of 810-815 due to supplier woes that delayed shipments, Trend …

Read
Russians captured by pirates near Benin

Six Russian sailors were captured by the pirates near Benin on Jan.1, Anadolu Agency reports with a reference to the Russian Agency for Maritime and River Transport (Rosmorrechflot). Up to nine armed pirates crashed into the …

Read
 AZAL and U.S. discuss cooperation

U.S. delegation headed by Commander of the Transportation Command, General Stephen Lyons, arrived in Baku for a working visit, the press service of the Azerbaijan Airlines (AZAL) said. During the visit, the guests got …

Read
Smoke forces Melania Trump's plane back to base

A government plane carrying U.S. President's wife Melania Trump was forced to turn around and return to an air base in Maryland after smoke filled the cabin, according to reports The government jet was 10 …

Read
 Bus drives into ditch on German highway

A passenger bus has driven into a ditch beside a highway in northeastern Germany and turned over, the local police said. Six people were seriously injured as a result of the accident and a further 10 slightly hurt, AP reported. …

Read
Astana-Vienna flights may be resumed

Kazakhstan and Austria may resume direct regular flights between Astana and Vienna, the press service of the Civil Aviation Committee of the Ministry for Investments and Development of Kazakhstan said. This issue was discussed during …

Read
Turkey's cargo ship sinking off Croatian coast

A Turkish-flagged freighter began sinking in the Adriatic Sea off the coast of Croatia's Jabuka Island, the Croatian Maritime, Transport and Infrastructure Ministry said. All 13 crew members - 11 Turks and two Indians - were safely …

Read
Iran and Greece agree on transport cooperation

The Organization of Transport and Traffic Management of Iran and the Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport of Greece signed a memorandum of understanding in the field of transport cooperation The agreement provides for facilitating …

Read
US and UAE reaffirm open skies agreement

The UAE today welcomed the outcome of recent discussions on civil aviation with the United States in which both countries strongly reaffirmed the 2002 UAE-US Air Transport Agreement (ATA) and the fundamental principles of Open Skies, Khaleej …

Read
Armenians cause Russia airplane flight delay in Mexico

Due to the actions by the Mexican aviation authorities, a Rossiya Airlines (Russia) plane is unable to fly from Cancún, Mexico; the airline has no debts, its representative told RIA Novosti news agency of Russia, News.am …

Read
EEU to set up its own aviation watchdog

The Eurasian Economic Union (EEU) intends to set up an independent body to probe air incidents, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said at a Eurasian Inter-Governmental Council meeting. "The issue of …

Read
'Network issue' causes global airport delays

A software issue has caused check-in delays at several airports worldwide, and booking problems for many airlines. Passengers reported problems at Gatwick, Paris Charles de Gaulle and Melbourne airports among others. Gatwick blamed a …

Read

Populars