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Italy opens sky for Bulgaria's Hemus Air

Date: 14.10.2005

Italian aviation authorities said planes of Bulgarian airline Hemus Air can now freely use Italian sky and airports.

According to a spokesperson of ENAC, Italy's national entity for civil aviation, the problems have been resolved at a meeting with the Bulgarian airline management held in Rome.

Bulgarian carrier Hemus Air was one of the companies that reportedly landed on "Italy's blacklist", along with Kazakhstan's Bgb Air, Gst Aero and Hozu Avia as well as Russia's Kuban Airlines and Ghana Airways.

It was one of 325 airlines, which Italian authorities has re-checked over one year. The company was subsequently taken officially off the black list for meeting air safety requirements.

Although Italian media reports have not been explicitly confirmed nor rejected by ENAC, Hemus Air was considered to lack certain safety prerequisites.

The Bulgarian airline has not been enlisted on the "white list" of ENAC yet, which is regularly updated on their web site.

The Italian aviation authority, however, said all airline companies executing flights over the Apennines are due to re-checks expected to be over by the beginning of 2006.


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