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Russia,Thailand plan to resume flights

Russia,Thailand plan to resume flights

Russia and Thailand are interested in resuming direct flights between the countries, a representative of the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation said following the meeting of the head of department Maxim Reshetnikov with …

US bans Russian-linked ships from its ports

US bans Russian-linked ships from its ports

The US bans Russian-linked ships from entering its ports. This was stated by US President Joe Biden, speaking at the White House with a brief speech on the situation around Ukraine on April 21. "I announce a ban on the …

IrAero to connect Moscow and Tel Aviv

IrAero to connect Moscow and Tel Aviv

From April 18, IrAero Airlines will start operating flights from Moscow to Tel Aviv. This is stated in a message posted on the website of the Association of Tour Operators of Russia (ATOR). Flights will be on Mondays, Thursdays and …

Turkish Airlines to connect Antalya and St. Petersburg

Turkish Airlines to connect Antalya and St. Petersburg

Turkish Airlines will start operating flights from St. Petersburg to Antalya. This was reported by the managing company of Pulkovo Airport, Northern Capital Gateway LLC. Flights will be on daily basis. The first one is …

Swiss airspace closed to Russian aircraft

Swiss airspace closed to Russian aircraft

Swiss airspace will be closed to Russian aircraft until the end of March. This was announced by the official representative of the Swiss Federal Office for Civil Aviation Christian Schubert. "Notice To Air Missions …

Turkish ships to return from Russia soon

Turkish ships to return from Russia soon

Turkish ships will return to Turkey from Russian ports in the near future,  Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar said on Wednesday, according to CNN Turk. "They will return to Turkey as soon as possible. We expect …

Ukraine closes most of the seaports

Ukraine closes most of the seaports

In Ukraine most of the seaports are closed, the press service of the Ministry of Infrastructure of the country informs. "Currently, most ports are now closed, coordinated with the military. There is no damage to the port …

Ukraine closes its rivers to Russia

Ukraine closes its rivers to Russia

From today, Russian vessels cannot sail on the Ukrainian rivers. The corresponding law was adopted by the Verkhovna Rada on December 3, 2020. According to the law, vessels flying the Russian flag are not allowed to transport passengers …

First civilian flight from Kabul since U.S. exit lands in Qatar

First civilian flight from Kabul since U.S. exit lands in Qatar

More than 100 passengers have arrived in Doha, Qatar after flying from Kabul airport on the first flight ferrying out foreigners since a U.S.-led evacuation ended. Qatar, a major transit point for Afghan refugees, has said it worked …

Russia wins three medals at Tokyo Olympics Day 8

Russia wins three medals at Tokyo Olympics Day 8

The Russian national team won one gold, one silver and one bronze medal at the Tokyo Olympics. The gold medals were taken by female sabre fencers Olga Nikitina, Sofia Pozdnyakova and Sofia Velikaya, who defeated the French in the finals of the …

Boeing to pay $17 million to settle plane production issues

Boeing to pay $17 million to settle plane production issues

Boeing Co will pay $17 million in penalties under a Federal Aviation Administration settlement after it installed equipment on 759 Boeing 737 MAX and NG aircraft that contained sensors that were not approved, the FAA said on Thursday. …

Brussels bars Belarusian airlines from flights to EU at summit

Brussels bars Belarusian airlines from flights to EU at summit

EU leaders decided at the summit on Monday to bar Belarusian airlines from carrying out flights to EU airports and flying above the EU, also advising European carriers to suspend flights in the country’s airspace. The summit …

Air Arabia to resume flights to Moscow

Air Arabia to resume flights to Moscow

Sharjah-based low cost carrier Air Arabia will resume direct flights to Moscow starting May 1, 2021, it announced on Wednesday, Gulf Business reports. The route will be operated four times per week using an Airbus A320 aircraft. …

Ever Given ship ‘partially refloated’ on full moon

Ever Given ship ‘partially refloated’ on full moon

The Ever Given container ship has been successfully refloated after being stranded in the Suez Canal for almost a week, authorities say, following an around-the-clock international effort to dislodge the massive vessel and reopen …

What will Kazakhstan be like by 2025

What will Kazakhstan be like by 2025

The government of Kazakhstan recently released its National Development Plan Through 2025, which complements the government’s primary objective of becoming one of the world’s 30 most developed nations by 2050, The Diplomat writes. Overall, the plan is a continuation of Nur-Sultan’s current strategy of economic diversification, which includes heavily investing in technology; increasing exports of manufactured goods; and the development of “new” industries like transport and logistics, aerospace services, engineering, information and communications technology (ICT), and even medical tourism