Friday, December 2, 2016

During 9 months 2016 International airport "Kharkiv" increased the number of passengers by 60%

During 9 months 2016 International airport "Kharkiv" increased the number of passengers by 60%.  I
n 2016 for 9 months was transported 442 thousand. passengers, and for the same period in 2015 - 275 thousand. Overall, in 2015 the airport was Served 374 thousand. Passengers. O
pening of new flights are the result of close cooperation with airlines. "Linking goes to the opening of new areas. If it (carrier) still opens a new direction, it gets discounts that allow airlines to quickly reach the level of profitability. 

International airport "Kharkiv" (found in the management of DCH Alexander Yaroslavsky) steadily increasing passenger traffic by opening new lines of flight. In preparation of Kharkiv for Euro 2012 the facility has been upgraded to international standards

State reconstructed runway and private investors represented of DCH renewed the existing terminal building (now a room for VIP-service) and built a new modern passenger terminal, cargo terminal and other facilities.

Thursday, December 1, 2016

The first time Ukraine imported liquefied natural gas from Azerbaijan

The first time Ukraine imported liquefied natural gas from Azerbaijan. 
In November 2016, Ukraine imported the first 640 tons of propane-butane mixture of Azerbaijan. this delivery is fragmented because it is carried out through the terminal in the port of Galati (Romania), through which ships liquefied gas from different directions (including Russia, Kazakhstan and the countries of the Black Sea and the Mediterranean basin)
PG import Azerbaijani company "Hope" and "SOCAR Energy Ukraine" - 530 and 210 tonnes respectively.
The manufacturer of LPG is the Baku Oil Refinery named by Heydar Aliyev. According to the quality of the passport, the resource corresponds to GOST LPG mass fraction of butane gas is 64.6%, propane - 33.4% .
In Ukraine, the liquefied gas delivered by rail from City Gas Terminal, which is located in the free economic zone of the Romanian port of Galati. In turn, the terminal in the Romanian LPG tanker was delivered from the Black Sea port of Batumi.
In 2016 also documented the first delivery of liquefied gas through the Ukrainian seaport. In September, it shipped 2.5 thousand. Tons of Egyptian products through Black Sea ports (ex. Ilyichevsk). Prior to this, marine terminals used for the import of liquefied natural gas.

"AvtoKrAZ" shows new model Kraz-5401С2

"AvtoKrAZ" shows new model Kraz-5401С2. new lightweight chassis, the addition of a cabin from Renault Trucks truck.
"AvtoKrAZ" is actively engaged in the development of new market segments. Therefore, in addition to heavy-duty trucks are actively working on models of lighter grades. Recently, the company released a compact truck 5401S2.
Soon, on the basis of this car will represent the municipal machine with attachments for road maintenance. Its main external difference - from cabin truck Renault Trucks.

Ukraine shows first photos of the missile tests

Ukraine shows first photos of the missile tests.
Monitoring provides AEW aircraft and an E-3A "AWACS" with board number LX-N90444 number and call sign NATO07.  It is noted that he flew to the NATO base in Geilenkirchen in Germany and is now in the airspace of Romania near the Black Sea. Aircraft engaged in the exploration potential of Russia's actions on the Crimean peninsula. NSDC Secretary Oleksandr Turchynov said that during the missile tests, the intended targets were reached by the  missiles. that proved its combat characteristics.

Russia outraged over Ukraine's Crimean test missiles

Russia's Federal Air Transport Agency (Rosaviatsia) has strongly objected to what it says is Ukraine's attempts to encroach on Russian sovereign airspace after the latter warned of impending ballistic missile tests over the Black Sea region near Crimea later this week.

The agency said in a statement that Ukraine had informed it, via a NOTAM, that it would be conducting the tests on December 1 and 2 within a zone of airspace within the Simferopol Flight Information Region (FIR) which is under de-facto Russian control.

"It is obvious that the Ukrainian side is pushing extremely provocative, politically motivated acts to beyond the bounds of reasonable engagement," Rosaviatsia said. "Global civil aviation is based on the principles of absolute priority of safety first, rather than political expediency."

Although Moscow has since lodged a diplomatic complaint with Kiev, Ukraine has dismissed them stating that it is simply exercising its territorial rights and that it has followed all international conventions. Kiev still lays claim to the Crimean peninsula despite its unilateral annexation by Russia in early 2014.

"Ukraine carries out the missile tests within the framework of all the international obligations and treaties," Ukraine's National Security and Defence Council Secretary, Oleksander Turchinov, said. "That's why we ask Russia not to hinder the tests by its hysterics and provocations."

Rosaviatsia has since said that despite Ukraine's assertions, flights over the Crimea are in no danger and that airspace over the peninsula will not be closed. The only airlines currently serving Simferopol on a scheduled basis include Aeroflot, Alrosa Aviakompania, Orenburzhye, Red Wings (Russia), S7 Airlines, Ural Airlines, VIM Airlines, and Yamal Airlines.