Monthly Archives: August 2017

Israeli company was revoked license to export UAV to Azerbaijan

Aeronautics Defense Systems, Israel, reported that it has temporarily withdrawn a license to sell Orbiter 1K unmanned aerial vehicles to a “significant customer.” The Haarez Newspaper writes this Wednesday, arguing that it is about Azerbaijan, according to the TASS News Agency.

Ural Airlines to launch St. Petersburg – Namangan flights

Starting from September 13, 2017, Ural Airlines, Russia, will begin operating its direct scheduled flights en route St. Petersburg, Russia – Namangan, Uzbekistan.

SCAT Airlines’ plane makes emergency landing

Because of the deterioration in the state of health of one of the passengers on board the SCAT Airlines’ aircraft, the captain decided to urgently land on an emergency aerodrome, according to the Kazinform News Agency, Kazakhstan.

Heydar Aliyev International Airport switches to new technological solutions

Passenger traffic of Azerbaijan’s main air harbor – Heydar Aliyev International Airport continues to increase steadily every year. Only for the first seven months of this year the Airport served 30 percent more passengers than the same period in 2016. Thus, the Airport achieves its main goal – to become one of the main hubs in the region in the near future.

SCAT Airlines receives authorization to fly to EU countries

SCAT Airlines, Kazakhstan, has received authorization for flights to the EU countries and is already on the list of eligible air companies on the EASA website (European Aviation Safety Agency).

Man miraculously survived in a plane crash near Balkhash, Kazakhstan, tells about his salvation

The man who miraculously survived in a plane crash near Balkhash, Kazakhstan, told about his salvation, reported. According to the 35-year-old Oryngali Zikerbaev, on that day they were flying to work.

Water reservoir is cleaned of jet fuel in Borjomi Gorge of Georgia, where helicopter crashed

Experts of the profile service eliminate the consequences of the helicopter accident in the Borjomi Gorge of Georgia, which resulted in jet fuel spill.

Aeroflot – Russian Airlines invites pilots

Aeroflot is a leader of the aviation industry in Russia, a member of SkyTeam, the global aviation alliance, as it has one of the youngest aircraft fleets in Europe, which consists mainly of Boeing and Airbus aircraft.

Kutaisi International Airport to acquire new terminal

Since the end of 2017, a new arrival terminal building will start operating at the Kutaisi International Airport in Georgia. As a result, the number of passengers served will almost double.

Astana International Airport almost doubles its air passenger flow – Department of Internal Affairs on Transport

“Since the beginning of this year, 33,518 offenders have been identified and brought to administrative responsibility in the air and railway transport facilities of the country, in particular, for minor hooliganism – 921, of these, 521 are responsible for contamination of public places. 3.862 people have also been brought to administrative responsibility for drinking alcoholic beverages,  2,493 people – for violation of the ban on smoking in unidentified places, 2.406 people – for trade in unidentified places, 371 people – for pestering in public places, of these, there were  161 taxi drivers, etc.”, Police Administrative Colonel Marat Alkenov told.