Daily Archives: 14.02.2018

UZBEKISTAN AIRWAYS to increase the number of flights to New York up to three times a week

Starting from April 5, 2018 Uzbekistan Airways will introduce the second frequency of flights on the Tashkent, Uzbekistan – New York, the USA – Tashkent air route, Uzbekistan Airways reported.

Georgian civil aviation market grew by 30% – rating of the largest airlines

In 2017, the Georgian civil aviation market grew by 30%. The number of passengers carried by Georgian and foreign airlines to/from Georgian airports amounted to 3.98 million.

Spiritual Directorate of the Muslims of Kyrgyzstan chooses airline for Hajj-2018

Today, the Spiritual Directorate of the Muslims of Kyrgyzstan (SDMK) held a competition among airlines for the transportation of pilgrims, the Muftiyat informed.

Osh International Airport meets new plane by water arch

On February 7, 2018 the Osh International Airport in southern Kyrgyzstan took a new Boeing 737-300 liner on its airfield. This plane has replenished Avia Traffic Company’s air fleet.

News Feed Experts decode possible cause behind An-148 jet crash

The crash of the passenger plane near Moscow could have been caused by the incorrect data on the flight’s speed as a result of the sensors icing up, the Interstate Aviation Committee said on Tuesday, after deciphering the flight data recorder, TASS reports.

Airport in Kazakhstan’s Uralsk did not take flights because of fog

The airport in Kazakhstan’s Uralsk did not take the flight from Almaty because of the fog. Right now, the sky in Uralsk is open for aircraft, according to the Kazinform News Agency, Kazakhstan.

Spooky flight to Hawaii: airplane engine with 363 passengers collapses in the air

An engine cowling on an United Airlines Boeing 777 on its way from San Francisco to Honolulu blew apart Tuesday while jet was approaching the Hawaii Islands, according to the airline and passengers aboard the flight.

Heydar Aliyev International Airport serves more passengers since early 2018

Since the beginning of 2018, Heydar Aliyev International Airport has served 305,000 passengers. It is 19 percent more than the similar indicator of the previous year.