Brac Airport has widened the runway with over a hundred passengers

first_imgThe youngest Croatian airport, the one on the island of Brač, has big plans to bring as many passengers as possible who have chosen this largest Dalmatian island for their vacation. But the people of Brač are afraid that they could get the final international permit for the extended part of the runway due to the administrative procedure only at the beginning of August !!?The runway of Brac Airport was recently expanded from 1 to 440 meters, which was financed with 1 million kuna by Jako Andabak, owner of the hotel house “BlueSun” because he realized that investing in the modernization of the airport benefits his hotel house. . The expansion enabled the landing of larger aircraft with over a hundred passengers, and not as before, only those up to a hundred passengers.In the second half of May, an Embraer 190 aircraft with five crew members landed at Brač Airport with a newly expanded runway, bringing 112 passengers from Brussels. This, they say on Brač, is just the beginning of connecting their island and the Belgian destination with TUI’s fleet. “This is a historic event for our airport and island tourism, because we can finally receive larger planes, such as Airbus 318 and 319, which, in addition to transporting tourists directly to Brac, significantly relieves the burden on Split Airport. By the end of the week, we are waiting for the official use permit for the extension of the runway that we have made, and we hope for a quick reaction from the Civil Aviation Agency in order to speed up the process of obtaining an international announcement.”, Says Tonči Peović, director of Brač airport, adding that it is customary to wait 72 days for notification of all participants in international air traffic about changes and business, from new technologies, services, and that would mean Brač to have an official international notice.Peović expects the understanding of the Agency because they already have agreed air traffic with TUI to Brussels by September, and from June 13 flights will start from Deauville, France, which will bring 30.000 new passengers to Brač, which is twice as much as last year. was a record tourist season.”Negotiations are underway with other airlines, Norwegians who will fly to Brac from London, and German and Scandinavian airlines. Now that we have better conditions and the possibility of landing aircraft with up to 150 passengers, many are interested”, Explains Tonči Peović.After the extension of the runway, the bomber C541 and C100 will be able to land at the highest Croatian airport, “Croatian Kathmandu”, as Brač is called due to the altitude of 300 meters, so the mentioned Airbuses 318 and 319, along with Fokker 70 and 100, and Embrier 170 and 190.Even if both the state and international administration had an understanding for the plans and wishes of the people of Brač…last_img read more

U.S. weekly offshore rig count down to 25

first_imgThe number of offshore rigs in the U.S. decreased to 25 units this week, according to weekly rig count reports published on Friday by Baker Hughes, a GE company. Source: Flickr, Author: SP Mac – shared with permission from the photographerBaker Hughes Rig Count: U.S. -8 to 946 rigsU.S. Rig Count is down 8 rigs from last week to 946, with oil rigs down 3 to 776, gas rigs down 5 to 169, and miscellaneous rigs unchanged at 1.U.S. Rig Count is down 102 rigs from last year’s count of 1,048, with oil rigs down 85, gas rigs down 17, and miscellaneous rigs unchanged.The U.S. Offshore Rig Count is down 1 rig to 25 and up 9 rigs year-over-year.Baker Hughes Rig Count: Canada + 9 rigs to 127 rigsCanada Rig Count is up 9 rigs from last week to 127, with oil rigs up 2 to 85 and gas rigs up 7 to 42.Canada Rig Count is down 96 rigs from last year’s count of 223, with oil rigs down 69 and gas rigs down 27.Spotted a typo? Have something more to add to the story? Maybe a nice photo? Contact our editorial team via email. Also, if you’re interested in showcasing your company, product or technology on Offshore Energy Today please contact us via our advertising form where you can also see our media kit.last_img read more