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  • Aeroflot alcohol ban results in fewer drunken incidents


    Russian flag-carrier Aeroflot is citing a notable reduction in the number of on-board incidents fuelled by intoxication, after banning alcohol sales on


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  • Nuclear emergency warning issued for 10 airspace regions


    Concern over a possible radioactive hazard from Japan's damaged Fukushima nuclear power plant has prompted a formal...


  • Vladivostok Avia to use Tu-204s to serve USA


    <P>Russian carrier <A href="http://www.vladivostokavia.ru/en/index.html">Vladivostok&nbsp;Avia</A> is intending to...


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  • Nuclear emergency warning issued for 10 airspace regions

    News | 15 Mar 2011 19:06 | David Kaminski-Morrow

    Concern over a possible radioactive hazard from Japan's damaged Fukushima nuclear power plant has prompted a formal warning from airspace monitors. London...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Nuclear-emergency-warning-issued-for-10-airspace-regions-354389/
  • Aeroflot alcohol ban results in fewer drunken incidents

    News | 02 Jun 2010 13:39 | David Kaminski-Morrow

    Russian flag-carrier Aeroflot is citing a notable reduction in the number of on-board incidents fuelled by intoxication, after banning alcohol sales onhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Aeroflot-alcohol-ban-results-in-fewer-drunken-incidents-342678/
  • To USA from Russia with Tu-204s

    News | 29 May 2007 00:00 | David Kaminski-Morrow

    Vladivostok Avia submits plans to regulators to launch twice-weekly flights to Seattle and Anchorage next yearhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/To-USA-from-Russia-with-Tu-204s-214266/
  • Vladivostok Avia to use Tu-204s to serve USA

    News | 24 May 2007 17:14 | David Kaminski-Morrow

    <P>Russian carrier <A href="http://www.vladivostokavia.ru/en/index.html">Vladivostok&nbsp;Avia</A> is intending to launch transpacific Tupolev Tu-204 operations to the USA next year, serving the destinations of Seattle and Anchorage.</P> <P>The carrier is planning to commence services at the beginning of April next year using long-range Tu-204-300 aircraft, which it introduced to its fleet two years ago.</P> <P>In a formal submission to US regulators the airline says it will operate twice weekly from Vladivostok to Anchorage and onward to Seattle. One of these services will operate through Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky while the other will go via Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk.</P> <P>While Vladivostok Avia will begin the services using Tu-204s – configured with eight business-class and 134 economy-class seats – it says that it could eventually switch to using Airbus A320s.</P> <P><IMG style="WIDTH: 445px; HEIGHT: 296px" alt=vladivostok src="../assets/getAsset.aspx?ItemID=17855" border=0></P> <P>“http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Vladivostok-Avia-to-use-Tu-204s-to-serve-USA-214227/
  • Routes

    News | 14 Apr 1999 00:00

    Aeroflot Russian International Airlines will introduce a new route from Yerevan, Armenia, to Los Angeles via Moscow this summer under the recently signed co-operation agreement with Armenian Airlines. Aeroflot is expanding its short-haul network, with new direct flights from Moscow to Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk and Krasnoyarsk. At the same time, the airline plans to replace Tupolev Tu-154 tri-jets with Airbus A310s, Boeing 777s and Ilyushin Il-96-300s on routes to South East Asia. A regular cargo flight from Moscow to Shanghai has begun, and new passenger flights from Moscow to Shanghai and Niigata, both via Irkutsk, will start in June. The airline has also launched a frequent flyer programme, "Aeroflot Bonus". Ansett Australia and New South Wales-based Hazelton Airlines are extending their alliance, with a new five-year agreement. Ansett has also been granted right of first refusal over a 20% stake in the regional carrier. Hazelton is now Ansett's preferred intra-state airline in New Southhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Routes-50087/
  • Romanian An-24 crashes in Italy

    News | 20 Dec 1995 00:00

    <p>A BANAT AIR Transport flight, operated by Romavia-owned Antonov An-24, crashed shortly after take-off from Verona, Italy, bound for Timisoara and Bucharest, Romania. </p> <p>All eight crew and 41 passengers died when the Romanian flight, having taken off in darkness on 13 December at about 19:00 local time in light snow and strong winds, started losing height at about 500ft (150m) early in the climb. The aircraft crashed on open ground just outside the Verona Vallafranca Airport's boundary. A Banat Air employee reported having seen an engine on fire, but this was not confirmed by any other source. </p> <p>The flight was a thrice-weekly charter service from Verona via Banat's base at Timisoara, western Romania, to Bucharest. </p> <p>An Air St Martin Beech 1900D crashed in Haiti, killing both pilots and all 18 passengers. The aircraft (F-OHRK) was carrying illegal Haitian immigrants from Cayenne, French Guiana, via Guadeloupe to Haiti when it crashed some 30km (16nm) south of Haitihttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Romanian-An-24-crashes-in-Italy-22978/