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Business Aviation Ops in Russia

Living through the fear, distrust, and implicit threats of the Cold War, aviation professionals on either side of the Iron Curtain likely could never, in their wildest imaginings, have conjured a time when Boeing Aircraft would operate a design office in Moscow. Or, along with arch-rival Airbus, would market jetliners to new private-sector Russian airlines. Or – even more implausible – that Western corporate executives and employees would travel freely within “Mother Russia” in business jets built in the United States, Canada, Europe and South America.

Source: Aviation Week


Russian market expected to grow as rules relax

The new Russian Business Aviation Association (RusBAA) has confirmed that the exceptional growth the country’s emerging business aircraft sector achieved in the past few years has been quickly rolled back to 2006 traffic levels as the global downturn has gripped the Russian economy. But speaking to the press on the opening day of Moscow’s JetExpo business aviation show on October 16, RusBAA chairman Leonid Koshelev predicted that the Russian industry is primed for recovery. However, on that same day Russian Deputy Prime Minister Igor Shuvalov told Parliament that the country’s economy will not emerge from the financial crisis until 2012.

Source: Business Aviation


Bizav growth in Russia comes back down to earth

With oil prices having fallen dramatically, Russia and its once-growing business aviation industry have seen significant declines. According to statistics from Maxim Fedosov, executive director at United Business Aviation Association (UBAA), the number of business jet flights in Russian aerospace has dropped below 2006 levels, at around 10,000 a month. Russian operators are responsible for 35 percent, or 5 percent fewer than three years ago.

Source: Business Aviation


New Moscow hangar nearly complete

Moscow's Sheremetyevo airport is close to completing a new hangar facility exclusively for business aviation. The new facility, owned by Avia Group, has the capacity for two Airbus A319s or Boeing BBJS or several smaller business jets. Avia is also in the final stage of developing a new airframe de-icing service using Vestergaard's "Elephant" equipment at Sheremetyevo.

Source: Flight International