Chinese Company interested in Cooperation in the Field of Railway RS

Republika Srpska (RS) is very interested in cooperation with China and Chinese state companies that are credible and referent for all the projects that we are planning to realize in the RS, said Prime Minister of RS Zeljka ... More

2015 EU Transport Scoreboard

The European Commission published on 20 November the second edition of the "EU Transport Scoreboard", which compares how Member States perform in 29 transport categories. The objective of the Scoreboard is to help Member States ... More

Highways of FB&H presented the Project to Chinese Investors

At the recent summit of the 16 countries of Central and Eastern Europe and the People’s Republic of China and on the bilateral meetings with representatives of the Chinese Government, the Director of Highways of FB&H Jasmin ... More

Memorandum of Cooperation for construction of Adriatic-Ionian motorway signed in Beijing

Minister of Transport and Maritime Affairs Ivan Brajović signed earlier today a Memorandum of Cooperation between the Ministry of Transport and Maritime Affairs of Montenegro, the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure ... More

Athens and Piraeus control world’s biggest fleet in terms of value

Shipping companies based in the neighboring Greek cities of Athens and Piraeus control 4,538 ships valued at a total of $86.7 billion. This is making Athens-Piraeus the No 1 shipping center in the world based on the value of ... More

Bulgaria: Over 1.1 Million Cars Crossed Danube Bridge 2 Vidin-Calafat in 2 Years

More than 1.1 million cars have crossed Danube Bridge 2 Vidin-Calafat since its launch on June 14, 2013, according to statistics published by the Bulgarian Telegraph Agency. According to forecasts of Bulgaria’s ... More

Cyrpus Airways shuts down after EU says it must repay state aid

The Cypriot government on Friday announced the suspension of operations of Cyprus Airways, after the EU said that it must repay over 100 million euros in illegal state aid it received in 2012. Finance Minister Harris ... More

BH Airlines and Croatia Airlines are the Most Safe Airlines in the Region

The aviation safety standards of BH Airlines and Croatia Airlines were assessed and rated with 6 stars, one star more than Adria Airways and Air Serbia while Montenegro Airlines was rated with 4 stars. This high grade that our ... More

Fraport-Slentel offer highest bid for Greek regional airports

German airport operator Fraport AG along with Greek energy group Copelouzos was named the preferred bidder to lease and operate 14 regional airports, the country's privatisation agency said on Tuesday. Fraport and Slentel, a ... More

Transportation agreement with Greece

Greece and Albania have just finalized an agreement for the international transportation of passengers. The law frame was discussed for two days in Athens, where experts from both Ministries met about the creation of a new ... More

528 kilometres of railroad to be built in next three years

Serbian Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure Zorana Mihajlovic stated on Friday that 528 kilometres of railroad would be built in the next three years, 80 kilometres of which will be ... More

Russia hires two Serbian companies for railway modernisation

The company Russian Railways RZZD International hired two more Serbian companies, Novi Sad-based Energotehnika-Juzna Backa and ATM from Belgrade, within the project aimed at modernisation of the Serbian railway ... More

First high-speed train to Black Sea Coast travels 225 km in 115 minutes

The first train of the summer transport schedule running with 160 km/h has made it to Constanta City, some 225 km from Bucharest, in one hour and 55 minutes, a speed record for the Romanian railway transport, according to Adrian ... More

Ljubljana Wins European Mobility Week Award

The European Commission has declared Ljubljana the winner of the European Mobility Week Award for 2013, praising it for setting up an extensive programme of activities and events promoting sustainable travel, and for introducing ... More

US airline inspectors arrive in Belgrade

US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) inspectors arrived in Belgrade on Monday to see if Serbia meets the requirements of Category 1 of the FAA, which would allow direct flights to the US, the Ministry of Transport has told ... More

Strategic partnership approved between Air Serbia, Etihad

The United Arab Emirates' (UAE) national airline Etihad Airways announced on Tuesday that required official approvals had been ensured that confirm a strategic partnership between Air Serbia and Etihad Airways. On August 1, ... More

RyanAir launches flights from Osijek to London on 4 April

RyanAir low budget flights from the eastern Croatian city of Osijek to London will start on April 4. According to the information from Osijek airport sales of flights are going well and one third of seats on the first flight were ... More

ARCA develops high-performance unmanned aircraft

Air Strato - the first prototype of a high-performance unmanned aircraft, is finalized and is ready for tests, informs the Romanian Association for Cosmonautics and Aeronautics (ARCA), the developer of this aircraft. ... More

Bulgaria, FYRMacedonia, Serbia Unions to found Balkan Transport Forum

The unions of road shipping companies from Bulgaria, Macedonia and Serbia are planning to found a Balkan Transport Forum. Friday representatives of the national road freight associations from the three neighboring countries ... More

U.S. refuses code share cooperation with Air Serbia

The U.S. Department of Transportation has rejected the code share arrangement proposal of Air Serbia, which wanted to offer its services to the U.S. market in cooperation with Etihad Airways and other airlines, people at Air ... More