Daily Archives: 13.09.2017

Infrastructure development required in Asia

Asian Sky Group (ASG), the Hong Kong consulting company, released its first report on the infrastructure for business aviation in the Asia-Pacific Region. Demonstrating the region’s need for the development of business aviation infrastructure, which is associated with the growth of passenger traffic and the increase in the number of aircraft, the report provides detailed data and analyzes the number of FBO, MRO and international airports.

Air Astana successfully passes its sixth operational safety audit

The Kazakhstan’s flag air carrier has successfully passed its sixth IATA’s Operational Safety Audit (IOSA) conducted by IATA. For the first time, the airline was audited in 2007 and was then certified in every two years in 2009, 2011, 2013 and 2015. The next audit is scheduled for 2019.

Azerbaijan develops draft “Rules to Use Civil Unmanned Aerial Vehicles”

Experts of the State Civil Aviation Administration, Azerbaijan, and Azerbaijan Airlines CJSC have developed a draft “Rules to Use Civil Unmanned Aerial Vehicles”, the State Civil Aviation Administration said on Wednesday.

Flight to the capital city of Azerbaijan, Baku, launched for the first time in history of Kiev International Airport

On September 12, 2017, presentation of a new Azerbaijani airline company, Buta Airways, and its new flight en route Baku, Azerbaijan – Kiev, Ukraine – Baku was held at the Kiev International Airport, Ukraine. The plane, on board of which the Air Company’s leadership and Azerbaijani journalists flew to Kiev, was greeted with a water salute in the Ukrainian capital city’s airport.

New report from Amadeus explores what drives travellers to click “buy” at the moment of truth

Report finds traveller value is best understood using an axis of ‘product vs service vs convenience’ delivering a blueprint for airlines to better communicate their offer and secure brand loyalty.

Ural Airlines launches Moscow – Namangan flight

On September 15, 2017 Ural Airlines, Russia, will launch its direct flight en route Moscow, Russia – Namangan, Uzbekistan – Moscow. These flights will be operated on modern and comfortable Airbus 320 airliners once a week, on Fridays. Departure from the Moscow’s Domodedovo International Airport is at 00:30 am, arrival in Namangan is at 06:35 am. The cost of one way air tickets comes to RUR 12,500+.