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Stefan Steiner previously worked for an airline and has been part of the Aviation.Direct editorial team since August 2021.
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Hayways: FlyArmenia tries again

FlyArmenia Airways wanted to fly to various destinations in Russia with Boeing 737-Classics. But the project quickly failed. Now they want to dare to do it again under a new name. It was not until October 2019 that FlyArmenia Airways was founded in

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Does Belavia have to return aircraft?

May 23, 2021: shortly before the flight into Lithuanian airspace, the Ryanair flight FR4978 was diverted to Minsk - many voices spoke of the abduction of the Belarusian journalist Raman Pratassewitsch, who is critical of the regime, by the Belarusian state.

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Lalona Air: The next virtual air number?

Lalona Air, which is currently being established, is scheduled to take off from Düsseldorf for the first time on January 15, 2022. According to their own statements, the Danish Air Alsie could be won as a flight partner. With a 60-seat ATR72-500, in-

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Ukrainian Wings: What does the future hold?

Ukrainian Wings recently used two Boeing 737-500s and one Boeing 767-300ER for the Afghan company Kam Air. After the Talibans came to power in Afghanistan, Aviation.direct raised the question of what to do with Ukrainian Wings. the

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Qanot Sharq takes off again

On August 16, 2021 the time had come. The Uzbek airline Qanot Sharq is taking off again after nine years of slumber. Under the rather special name Qanot Sharq became the first private Uzbek in 1998

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FlyOne: Subsidiary founded in Armenia

The Moldovan low-cost airline FlyOne has founded a subsidiary in Armenia with local investors. As reported by ch-aviation based on a report by the local investigative website Hetq, FlyOne from Moldova is about to set up a joint venture with Armenian investors

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