AirBaltic to connect Rijeka and Riga

Latvian airliner AirBaltic is set to launch a new line connecting their capital Riga with the airport in Rijeka, Croatia. The route is scheduled to start on 6th June next year. The flights between Riga and Rijeka will be ... More


Aegean Airlines justify acquisition

The acquisition of Olympic Air by Aegean Airlines was a necessary move in order that the two Greek airlines become viable, dealing with the challenges of an economic crisis and increasing competition in the airline market, ... More


EasyJet to Fly London Stansted - Sofia as of Febr 2013

The low-cost carrier will serve the flights to Sofia twice a week on Tuesdays and Saturdays, with the first due on February 16. Sofia is one of three new destinations featuring on low-cost airline Easyjet's new schedule from ... More


Turkish Airlines terminates partnership with BH Airlines

Turkish Airlines has officially announced that the Steering Board of the company issued a decision on termination of partnership with BH Airlines, Anatolia Agency reports. Steering Board of Turkish Airlines did not announce ... More


BiH ready for unified European skies

Minister of Communications and Transport of BiH, Damir Hadzic met today in Sarajevo with the European coordinator for the functional air space blocks with the European Commission, George Jarzembowski and talked about the ... More


Russia to Buy Bulgaria's Freight Railways

Rossiyskie zheleznye dorogi (Russian Railways), Russia's state-owned national rail carrier, wants to acquire Bulgarian State Railways' Freight Transport, according to a media report. The Russian Railways, one of the largest ... More


Ministers of traffic in BiH agree projects for IPA-funds

Ministers of Traffic of all three levels of authority in BiH agreed projects today which they will run by IPA funds for this and next year and created the necessary precondition for the issues from area of transport to be solved ... More


Korcula island to host country's first water airport

The island of Korcula may host the first marine airport in the Croatian Adriatic, daily Slobodna Dalmacija writes. Korcula’s Mayor Mirko Duhovic said the island may extend its welcome to the German company European ... More


Beska bridge to be complete by end September

The construction of the skeleton of the bridge across the Danube River near Beska village (Vojvodina) was completed Friday, and this important infrastructural project is to be finished entirely by end September, together with the ... More


EU'S Danube Strategy poses historic day

Serbia's Deputy Prime Minister for EU Integration Bozidar Djelic, who is also the national coordinator for the Danube strategy in Serbia, said Friday it was a historic day for the Danube region, because the EU adopted the Danube ... More


Bulgaria Air to get three Embraer 190 jets from Brazil

The Brazilian aerospace company Embraer will lease three Embraer 190 jet aircraft to Bulgaria Air, media reports said. The delivery is expected during the first and third quarter of 2012. Embraer 190 jets have already been ... More


UAE Signs ‘Open Sky’ Agreement with Albania

The United Arab Emirates has initialed an “open sky” Air Services Agreement and signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Albania in Dubai.WAM DubaiThe agreement was initialed by Saif Mohammed Al Suwaidi, Director ... More


FBiH Railways with loss of BAM 40.6m

Federation's Railways reported a loss on BAM 40.6 million in 2010, which was by around BAM 21 million smaller in comparison with 2009. However, although there was some improvement in its operation last year, changes in the ... More


Bulgaria to seek investor for Sofia airport

Bulgaria will seek a private investor for the Sofia airport and will launch the procedure for picking a concessionaire in three to four months at the earliest, transport minister Alexander Tsvetkov said in parliament on ... More


EU official says Bulgarian BDZ "not worth" financing

Bulgarian BDZ is the least developed railway operator in eastern Europe and it is no use pouring European funds before its restructuring, a European Union official told a conference in Sofia on Tuesday. Several months ... More


Bulgarian road projects for inclusion to TEN-T

Bulgaria will seek to add six road projects to the trans-European transport network (TEN-T), regional development minister Rossen Plevneliev said on Tuesday. Specifically, the government has selected the Hemus motorway, ... More


Montenegro calls on Serbian companies to take part in privatisation of Port of Bar

Montenegrin Minister of Transport Andrija Lompar, who conferred with Serbian Minister of Infrastructure Milutin Mrkonjic in Kotor, called on Serbian companies to take part in the forthcoming privatisation of the Port of Bar, the ... More


Air China to be 'landing' in Greece as of May

The starting of flights to Greece by the Air China airline company was the main issue discussed by Deputy Culture and Tourism Minister George Nikitiadis with the company’s representatives, in Beijing. It was discussed ... More


Piraeus Port to participate in logistics project tender

The Piraeus Port Authority on Monday announced a board decision to participate in an international tender for a logistics centre in the Thriasio industrial district, west of Athens, to be held Feb. 28. Based on the board ... More


Kosor opens construction in Dubrovnik´s port

The Croatian Prime Minister Jadranka Kosor has opened one of the government’s first investment projects for this quarter, the start of construction works at Dubrovnik port Gruz. The investment is worth 8 million Euros ... More