Monthly Archives: November 2017

Through Kiev around the world

Travelers are paying increasing attention to the logistics of air travel – its speed, comfort and economic justification. A key role here is played by hub airports, acting as distinctive bridges between cities, countries and continents.

Experts of Manas International Airport pass “Aviation Safety Management System” training course

The Manas International Airport (MIA) OJSC organized a training course subjected as “Aviation Security Management System” that was conducted for experts of the MIA OJSC management staff working at airports in Kyrgyzstan’s Bishkek, Osh and Issyk-Kul, as well as for the Manas Management Company CJSC and Air KG LLC on November 20-24, 2017. It is aimed to allow actualizing aviation safety management and, in the short term, to gradually introduce an integrated flight safety and quality system.

Bishkek – Tashkent – Bishkek: new destination for Air Manas Airlines

Air Manas Airlines, officially registered in Kyrgyzstan, informs on opening air ticket sales for its new flight en route Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan – Tashkent, Uzbekistan – Bishkek.

Astana International Airport greets millionth passenger

The new terminal of the Nursultan Nazarbayev International Airport served its millionth passenger, Kazinform correspondent reports.

Runway updated at Almaty International Airport in Kazakhstan

On December 1, 2017 there will be grand opening of the artificial runway at the airport in Almaty, Kazakhstan.

DUTY FREE shops in Tashkent airport start accepting Uzbek national currency

All Duty Free stores located at the Tashkent International Airport named after Islam Karimov can now accept payments in soums, the Uzbek national currency, NUZ.UZ reports.

Regular flights to help to strengthen relations between Uzbekistan and Afghanistan

Tashkent met the first regular flight from Afghanistan, as a private Afghan airline connected the capitals of states with a direct air service. Ravil Aksyanov, Executive Director, Kam Air, spoke about the details of the flights and their significance for the two countries.

Bali International Airport resumes its activities after break

The international airport located on the Indonesian island of Bali has resumed taking and sending flights after a break caused by the emergence of volcanic ash clouds, according to a statement by the Indonesian state-owned airline operator of the country’s airports, Interfax writes.

Kyrgyzstan is not interested in withdrawing its airlines from the ICAO blacklist

“For the last 7-8 years, it seems that there are no interested persons in the withdrawal of Kyrgyz airlines from the ICAO’s blacklist,” Iskhak Pirmatov, member of the  Parliament of Kyrgyzstan, said at a parliamentary meeting today.

About Turkmenistan Airlines’ problems

This material concerns the Turkmenistan’s civil aviation sector and was written by a former employee of Turkmenistan Airlines, who has not been living in Turkmenistan for 10 years, but he  follows all events taking place in this country.