Ukraine: Boryspil Airport passenger flow up in January-May 2019

The Boryspil International Airport (Kyiv) in January-May increased passenger flow by 18.1% YoY, to 5.168 million people, the airport’s press service says. At the same time, passenger traffic on international flights amounted to 4,755 million people (+19.1%), and on domestic – 412,900 (+7.5%). In January-May the airport serviced 40,502 flights (+11.2%), including 35,215 international and…

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Estonia: Kuressaare flight carrier unclear as procurement process declared invalid

The Road Administration authority has declared the procurement procedure in the Tallinn-Kuressaare flight route, linking the capital of Estonia’s largest islands to the mainland, invalid, leaving it unclear who will be operating the route in future. The issue surrounds the awarding or otherwise of the contract to Regional Air, a subsidiary of Estonian carrier Nordica.…

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Georgia: passenger traffic at airports up in January-May 2019

Georgia’s three international airports serviced 1,912,352 passengers in January-May, up by 19% YoY, says the United Airports of Georgia. The number of passengers who took regular or charter flights in Georgia increased in all three main airports of the country: Tbilisi Shota Rustaveli International Airport, Batumi Aleksandre Kartveli International Airport and Kutaisi David Aghmashenebeli International…

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Ukraine: gas transit up in January-May 2019

Transit shipments of natural gas via the Ukrainian gas transmission system (GTS) in January-May grew by 7.8% YoY, to 37.6 billion cubic meters. In particular, gas transit supplies from Russia via Ukraine in May alone stood at 8.37 billion cubic meters, up by 16.4% YoY, the state-run gas transmission system operator Ukrtransgaz said. (UNIAN/Business World…

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Lithuania: airBaltic agrees to compensate for inconveniences to passengers

An agreement has been reached in a court of justice in Lithuania with Latvian airline airBaltic on payment of compensation to passengers worth a total of EUR 120,000, according to representatives of flight compensation assistance company Skycop. Last year, Skycop commenced more than 200 litigations against airBaltic over the airline’s unpaid compensation to passengers. Following…

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