According to a Russian source, UTAir has partially resumed Mil Mi-26T flights. On December 20, the operator grounded its fleet of heavy twins for tail-boom inspections after a fatal accident in the Khanty Mansi region–one of UTair’s Mi-26 heavy twins landed hard, rolled and caught fire, killing one crewmember and injuring the other five. There were no passengers aboard.
Ethnic groups in Europe
Aircraft as its new dealership for southeastern Europe. The company will handle sales, marketing and service of the single-engine PC-12 NG turboprop in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Montenegro, former Yugoslavia Republic of Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo and Albania.
A mystery buyer has bought nearly half the shares in one of the world’s biggest helicopter operators, Russia’s UTair Aviation. UTair, heavily involved in United Nations peacekeeping operations from East Timor to Iraq, has worked with the UN since the collapse of the Soviet Union and, with a fleet of nearly 200 rotorcraft, is one of its biggest helicopter service providers.