Kyiv International Airport
Last week we reported that the Greek government is enacting emergency measures to end flight delays in the country. But Greece is not the only state battling with this issue. More and more European countries seem to believe that government intervention is required as a solution to frequent flight delays. Bulgaria now joins the list.
A Bravo Airways airplane skidded off the runway of Igor Sikorsky Kiev International Airport (Zhuliany) in the Ukrainian capital late June 14.
Over the next nine years, another 256 million leva will be invested in the airports in Burgas and Varna. During the first ten years the concession company has invested BGN 350 million, as a result of which the two airports on the coast have new terminals, renewed infrastructure, computer and communication systems.
Airport International Group (AIG) – the Jordanian consortium responsible for the rehabilitation, expansion and operation of the Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) – has announced kick off of its operations with three Royal Jordanian Airlines (RJ) flights schedule to take off from the new terminal starting Sunday 3rd March, 2013.