Daily Archives: 11.09.2017

More air routes to be launched from Kazakhstan to Ukraine

Sixteen regular flights a week will be carried out en route Kazakhstan – Ukraine by each of the parties. This right was established during the meeting of the Civil Aviation Committee under the Ministry of Investment and Development, Kazakhstan, with the State Aviation Service, Ukraine, in Kiev, Ukraine.

Air Astana to acquire four new airplanes

Air Astana, the Kazakhstan’s flag air carrier, will acquire four new passenger aircraft by the spring of 2018, the Press Service of the Ministry of Investment and Development, Kazakhstan, reported.

Refueling Company explains why Tajik aircraft are forced to land for refueling

Tajik airlines are forced to make landings for refueling at the airports of neighbouring countries. Air carriers explain this fact that they can not get the required amount of jet fuel in domestic (Tajik) airports. The Refueling Company speaks about the debts of Tajik airlines.

How many passengers did Astana International Airport serve during EXPO – 2017?

The Civil Aviation Committee under the Ministry of Investment and Development, Kazakhstan, announced the increase in air travel during EXPO – 2017, according to the Kazinform News Agency, Kazakhstan.

Georgian airports served over 2.7 million passengers for Jan – Aug 2017

The Georgian airports served over 2.7 million people on regular and non-scheduled flights in January-August 2017. This figure is by 47.9% more than the same one for last year, the Civil Aviation Agency of Georgia reported. Passenger traffic has increased in all three international airports in Georgia for Jan – Aug 2017.

Wizz Air to fly from Kutaisi to Wroclaw, Poland

Wizz Air, the Hungarian low-cost airline, will start operating its regular flights en route Kutaisi, Georgia –  Wroclaw, the fourth largest city in Poland.

BAA Training to prepare over 650 new pilots

BAA Training, one of the largest aviation training centres in Northern Europe, announces that more than 650 future pilots will enrol on BAA Training’s Ab Initio programmes until the end of 2021.

SCAT Airlines launches Aktobe – Moscow flight

On September 06, 2017 SCAT Airlines, Kazakhstan, has launched its new international flight en route Aktobe, Kazakhstan – Moscow, Russia. Flights to Moscow’s Vnukovo International Airport (roundtrips) will be operated twice a week on the Bombardier CRJ-200 airliner according to the following flight

What is done by the plant for assembling EC-145 helicopters started by President of Kazakhstan?

Eurocopter Kazakhstan Engineering LLP, the only plant in the CIS, was assembled five years ago to assemble EC-145 helicopters. The personnel actively serves helicopters both in the territory of the plant in Astana and travels to the customer sites, according to the Kazinform News Agency, Kazakhstan.

Uzbekistan Airways from Uzbekistan and Air Astana from Kazakhstan offer the best food on board – Tutu.ru Travel Service

Tutu.ru Travel Service, Russia, has analyzed over 22 thousand reviews of passengers who flew in the H1 2017, and identified the Top-10 airlines in the CIS that received the most positive reviews associated with meals on board.