Synonyms for bal_bashkirian_airlines or Related words with bal_bashkirian_airlines

sibaviatrans              uuww              kaliningrad_khrabrovo_airport              russia_moscow_domodedovo              irkutskoye              omskavia              novosibirsk_tolmachevo              moskovia_airlines              unnt              volga_aviaexpress              airstars              yekaterinburg_koltsovo_airport              kuf_uwww              chelyabinsk_balandino              aeroflot_flight_cccp              aerobratsk              ak_bars_aero              ukraine_kiev_boryspil              uooo              yerevan_armenia_evn_udyz              khabarovsk_khabarovsk_novy              uktus              bratsk_bratsk              aviacon              promyshlennyi              orenburzhye              barnaul_barnaul              iraero              airport_krasnoyarsk_yemelyanovo              krasnodar_pashkovsky_airport              tretyakovo              simferopol_simferopol              ypxm              kyiv_zhuliany              tupolev_tu_yakovlev_yak              uiuu              uitt              uatg              yakutia_airlines              aviakompaniya              interavia_airlines              izmir_turkey_adb_ltbj              dexter_kieth              tymovskoye              uhww              urkk              beirut_lebanon_bey_olba              oyrat              pashkovsky_airport              kaintiba             

Examples of "bal_bashkirian_airlines"
As of January 2005, BAL Bashkirian Airlines operated the following services:
BAL Bashkirian Airlines also operated charter flights to Sharm-el-Sheikh, Hurghada, Cairo, Tunis and Barcelona.
The BAL Bashkirian Airlines fleet consisted of the following aircraft, included the following marques, as of August 2006:
BAL Bashkirian Airlines (, ) was an airline with its head office on the property of Ufa Airport in Ufa, Russia. It operated regional and trunk routes from Ufa and charter services to Europe, Asia and North Africa. The company was founded in 1991 and liquidated in 2007.
On 1 July 2002 a Tupolev Tu-154 of BAL Bashkirian Airlines of the Republic of Bashkortostan in Russia and a Boeing 757 of DHL Express collided at an altitude of 12,000 metres in skyguide-controlled Southern German airspace over the town of Überlingen on Lake Constance. 71 people died. Four skyguide employees were subsequently sentenced by a court. On 24 February 2004, Peter Nielsen, the air traffic controller who had been on duty at the time, was stabbed to death by Vitaly Kaloyev, who had lost his wife and two children in the accident.
The company, named after Arkaim, an ancient settlement in the South Urals, was registered on 19 April 2009 by former deputy general director of Ufa International Airport Nikolay Ogedov with registered capital of 10 thousand rubles. Until 2002, Ogedov was general director of BAL Bashkirian Airlines, but was forced to resign in the aftermath of the midair collision of a BAL Tu-154 over Germany. A decree on the development of the air transport industry for 2009 –2020 signed by the President of Bashkortostan in May 2009 allocated some 30 billion rubles for investment in the industry, with 5 billion rubles being earmarked for the creation of the airline, which according to Salavat Kutushev, the General Director of Ufa International Airport, will create 700 jobs.
The company which was incorporated on 19 April 2009 is intended to take over as the national airline of Bashkortostan from BAL Bashkirian Airlines, which was liquidated in 2005, and will operate routes flown by the former airline, in particular from Ufa International Airport to Moscow. After the liquidation of BAL, the government of Bashkortostan was to take a 26% stake in Air Bashkortostan, but the deal never eventuated due to the lack of funds in the local budget. Air Bashkortostan, which is now 100% owned by VIM Airlines, has not operated flights from Ufa since 2008, instead its four Boeing 757s operate in Iran and on charter flights for its parent company. Expected to begin operations by the end of 2009, the airline also expects to add flights on local routes from Ufa to Neftekamsk and Sibay, possibly utilising Let L-410 Turbolet-sized aircraft.