Concise Aerospace

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In depth coverage of aerospace and air transport in Russia and the CIS

“Concise Aerospace” is a business intelligence service that has reported since 1992 on developments within the aerospace and air transport industries of Russia and the CIS.

Concise's principle objective through its long experience of the Russian and the CIS industries is to provide industry professionals with a considered and timely view of events within the sectors. “Concise Aerospace”covers developments that have in the past been marked by volatility and unpredictability in terms of politics and economics, a trend that shows little sign of changing in the future.

The editorial team include experienced research analysts and journalists based both in and outside of Russia, who employ a wide variety of research sources to form their views, ranging from the Russian regional media to direct contact with companies and government agencies.

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May 2012 Edition - Table of Contents

Kyrgyzstan: Turkish Airlines reportedly cancels a route claiming officials made approval contingent on free tickets; Ministry denies any wrongdoing
Russian airlines increased pax numbers 19.8% in January-April 2012
Dagestan Airlines remains grounded, loses lawsuit against Rosaviatsiya
OrenAir receives its 15th B737-800, increasing its Boeing fleet to 21
Ukraine: Aerosvit takes its second Boeing NG 737-800 and opens more Russian routes
Merger of Tatarstan Airlines and AK BARS AERO is moving forward quickly, expected to be complete in June 2012
Tatarstan Airlines returns another older Boeing, plans to switch to newer A320s
Aeroflot adds its eighth SSJ 100
Fatal accident: an Aviatika-MAI-890 crashes in Orenburg region, killing the pilot
Russia's Jet Transfer says it has delivered its sixth Bell 429 in Russia
UTair plans to receive ten AW139 helicopters in 2012-2013
Kuban Airlines may be on its own — or shut down — after July 2012
Maxim Sokolov, with no aviation experience, becomes new Minister of Transport
Russia and South Korea sign open-skies memorandum for Vladivostok
Aeroflot and AirBridgeCargo win major awards at Wings of Russia's annual event
Belarus: Belavia buys a VIP-configured appointed B767 from Turkmenistan Airlines to carry Lukashenko
Aeroflot receives its eighth Sukhoi Superjet 100
Launch of new charter carrier Metrojet is delayed, but joint-venture partners Kolavia and TUI Russia & CIS move forward with preparations
Preliminary FAVT data shows 18.7% year-on-year increase in pax traffic in January-April 2012
Aeroflot's CEO calls for formal blacklists of troublesome passengers and pilots who commit serious infractions
Irkutsk government debates investment to help Angara Airlines expand its fleet
Laser pointers aimed at aircraft are a growing problem in Russia
Transaero takes delivery of four more Boeings
Despite fatal crash, Aeroflot and Armavia reportedly remain committed to SSJ 100
Sukhoi Superjet 100 disappears on demo flight in Indonesia, then wreckage is found in mountain range
Kazakhstan decides not go forward with order of Yak-130
For the third time since 2010, Moskovia Airlines faces a bankruptcy hearing
Aviastar-SP signs contract to perform interior installation for Sukhoi Superjet 100
In an ambiguous press release, Domodedovo Airport denies it is in negotiations for a sale
Transport Ministry document proposes merging Moscow's three major airports
Nordavia, saying it is focused on efficiency and profitability, cancels two lossmaking routes
Sheremetyevo Airport's board renews Vasilenko's contract as general director
Russia's 20.2% passenger traffic increase in January-March 2012 is dominated by the top 35 airlines
Dagestan Airlines, grounded since 2011, is transferred to regional government and may be headed for bankruptcy
Russia's international routes in January - March 2012: CIS traffic remains strong, but some of it is absorbed by new capacity
Russia's domestic routes in January-March 2012

April 2012 Edition - Table of Contents

Russian airlines increased pax numbers 20.2% in January-March 2012
FAVT official says number of passenger complaints increased 100% in 2011; inability to get ticket
refunds is seen as the most common problem
FAVT says that its inspection check of Tu-204 operator Red Wings uncovered "serious" violations of
maintenance and flight operation rules
Reports suggest that Aeroflot is a potential buyer of Belavia
Court orders liquidation of Avianova
FAVT will choose a second designated carrier for Moscow-Rome and Moscow-Milan flights; Aeroflot is
currently the only one
In unrelated incidents, aircraft of Lufthansa (a B747-400), Yakutia Airlines (B757-200), and Izhavia
(Yak-42D) make safe emergency landings
Sibir/S7 doesn't want to operate weekly flights from Perm to Beijing
Aeroflot consolidates control of its daughter airlines as it works to build traffic for the group
Russia's Emergency Ministry (EMERCOM) is interested in An-124, Falcon, and Gulfstream jets
Rossiya adds two A319
Volga-Dnepr Group says it plans a firm order for 20 new An-124, with an option for 20 more
Kolavia and major tour operator TUI Russia & CIS will launch Metrojet, a new charter carrier
Ukraine: Aerosvit considers B777 but is vague about it
AirBridgeCargo Airlines, Russia's largest cargo carrier, successfully completes IATA Operational
Safety Audit
Preliminary FAVT data shows 19.1% increase in passengers in first three months of 2012
Aeroflot's Board reportedly maintains its strategic goals for 2025, aiming to be a top 5 European airline
and a top 20 global airline
Vasilenko likely to remain as general director of Sheremetyevo Airport, at least for now
Kuban Airlines' debt dispute with Vnukovo Airport drives confusion
Federal transport supervisor Rostransnadzor suspends flights of UTair's ATR-72s as crash
investigation continues
Rostransnadzor suspends flights of AK BARS AERO's Bell-407 copters
Aeroflot releases summary RAS financials for 2011, showing sales growth of 21%
Aeroflot will provide free and discounted flights for Euro 2012
Kirovavia asks to have its AOC annulled; the number of Russian airlines goes down to 124
Business operator Jetalliance East, an Aeroflot JV, begins restructuring
Altay Forest Patrol Air Base asks for suspension of its airline operating certificate
Fatal accidents: Five die in one day in unrelated aviation accidents in Russia
Belarus says Aeroflot must cut weekly flights on Moscow-Minsk route from 21 to 14
Aeroflot adds its sixteenth A330
Prosecutor says Zonalnoe Airlines operated illegal flights
Ukraine: Aerosvit takes its first Boeing NG 737-800, and announces new summer routes
Russia and Belarus talk but remain at an impasse on flight frequencies
Kolavia plans to get more Airbuses
Fatal accident: ATR-72 of UTair Aviation crashed soon after takeoff from Tyumen's Roshchino Airport
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