Concise Aerospace - In-depth Coverage of Aerospace and Air Transport in Russia and the CIS

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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. 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 includes 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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October 2018 Edition - Table of Contents

Nordavia carried its one-millionth passenger earlier in 2018 than in 2017
Published 18 October 2018
The company has received more aircraft in 2018 (201 words)

FAVT appears to have taken no action on Yakutia Airlines' AOC
Published 18 October 2018
The SSJ-100 that was involved in the company's 9 October 2018 non-fatal accident was likely damaged beyond repair (397 words)

UAC creates new positions and appoints new vice presidents
Published 17 October 2018
Several of the corporation's executives have dual responsibilities (358 words)

Boeing 737 MAX was delivered to its first Russian airline
Published 16 October 2018
The aircraft will be operated by Globus, which operates all the B737s in S7 Group; another member of the group became the first operator in Russia of an Airbus 320neo and an Airbus 321neo (322 words)

Concise Aerospace analyzes Aeroflot's plans to "delegate" Far Eastern flights in the winter schedule of 2018/2019
Published 15 October 2018
Aeroflot's Far Eastern representative provides details in her speech to the regional duma of Sakhalin Oblast (1,331 words)

Sukhoi Civil Aircraft Company (SCAC) commented on the 9 October 2018 non-fatal accident involving an SSJ-100 of Yakutia Airlines
Published 12 October 2018
Yakutia Airlines has one operational SSJ-100 after the accident (822 words)

Yakutia Airlines has a new general director
Published 12 October 2018
Olga Fedorova resigned (224 words)

Concise Aerospace analyzes recent problems of Yakutia Airlines with authorities: Part 1
Published 11 October 2018
The FAVT says that it may limit the company's AOC; the regulator published this information in a lengthy press release about the reasons for the 9 October 2018 non-fatal accident involving one of the company's SSJ-100s (882 words)

Concise Aerospace analyzes recent problems of Yakutia Airlines with authorities: Part 2
Published 11 October 2018
The Head of the Sakha (Yakutia) Republic says that the company needs to change (697 words)

Kyrgyzstan: Concise Aerospace analyzes the current situation of Air Kyrgyzstan - Part 1
Published 10 October 2018
A member of the Kyrgyz parliament says that investors are again showing interest in the financially troubled flag carrier (993 words)

Kyrgyzstan: Concise Aerospace analyzes the current situation of Air Kyrgyzstan - Part 2
Published 10 October 2018
Air Kyrgyzstan's general director believes that the Kyrgyz government has failed the carrier, which currently has no operational aircraft (812 words)

Russian government provides financing to state-owned leasing company GTLK so that it can deliver eight SSJ-100s to Russian airlines
Published 9 October 2018
GTLK will need to attract additional funding (448 words)

Concise Aerospace analyzes the dispute between Aeroflot and the head of the Civic Chamber
Published 8 October 2018
Valery Fadeyev was quoted as saying that it is easier to fly to Paris than to Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, suggesting that Aeroflot is not fulfilling its social obligations to the Russian Far East; Aeroflot responds with information about its "flat" ticket prices (801 words)

Republic of Moldova sold its flag carrier — Part 1
Published 5 October 2018
Concise Aerospace analyzes information about the new shareholders (1,166 words)

Republic of Moldova sold its flag carrier — Part 2
Published 5 October 2018
Concise Aerospace analyzes the current situation of Air Moldova and plans of a new shareholder (892 words, 1 table [comparison of Air Moldova and Blue Air])

Vnukovo International Airport scheduled an EGM to elect a new general director
Published 4 October 2018
The current general director is expected to retire; his replacement will be the recently-appointed first deputy general director (512 words)

The Head of the Sakha (Yakutia) Republic criticizes Yakutia Airlines
Published 4 October 2018
Aysen Nikolaev says that he has complaints not only about flight delays, but also about the company's financial transparency; the local government has provided the company with around $300 million in funding since 2012 (667 words)

Russian airlines that are members of the airline lobby group were lossmaking in the first half of 2018
Published 3 October 2018
Jet fuel costs were a major negative factor (845 words, 2 tables [financial results of AEVT-member Russian airlines in 1H 2015-2018 in rubles and dollars])

There is now no VAT for airline tickets for flights to and within Russia's Far Eastern Federal District
Published 2 October 2018
Many of the flights in the district are subsidized under two federal programs, but most passengers buy non-subsidized tickets; the government hopes that eliminating VAT will allow airlines to reduce ticket prices for non-subsidized seats (568 words, 1 table [passengers serviced and cargo & mail serviced by 10 major airports in the Far Eastern Federal District])

Aeroflot received the 50th SSJ which completed its 2017 firm contract
Published 2 October 2018
The company has signed a preliminary agreement for many more SSJ-100s (239 words)

The Russian government plans to sell its stake in Vnukovo International Airport by the end of 2018
Published 1 October 2018
One of the airport's private shareholders is expected to purchase the stake (667 words)

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