Daily Archives: 26.02.2018

Airports in Georgia do not provide international level services

Georgian airports do not provide international level services, said Iase Zautashvili, civil aviation experts and former CEO of Airzena – Georgian Airways.

Tbilisi International Airport responds to criticism from Ryanair Airlines spokesperson

“Each airport has its own pricing policy, which is one of the components in the negotiations with the airlines,” TAV Georgia said in response to the accusation of the international low-cost carrier Ryanair that the tariffs for services in Tbilisi are too high – they are even higher than in Barcelona .

Ryanair Airlines can start flights from Kutaisi in 2019

Ketevan Aleksidze, Director, Georgian Airports Association, says that negotiations are under way with Ryanair Airlines to launch its flights from Kutaisi in 2019.

Flights to Moscow and St. Petersburg to be operated from Georgia’s Kutaisi International Airport

Flights from Russia’s Moscow and St. Petersburg will be carried out to/from the Georgia’s Kutaisi International Airport, News-Georgia reported with reference to the Public Television of Georgia.

Kazakhstan achieves highest air traffic figures in 25 years

There has been steady air transportation growth in Kazakhstan, the Civil Aviation Committee said. In January 2018, the number of passengers carried amounted 586.6 thousand people, which is by 19 percent more, as compared to the same period in 2017 (491.4 thousand people).

Russia’s Pegas Fly to resume flights to Baku from Moscow’s new airport

Russia’s Pegas Fly (Ikar Airlines) will launch flights from Moscow’s new Zhukovsky international airport to Baku from March 1 as part of the winter schedule, according to message posted on the airport’s website Feb. 22.

“Open skies” regime to be set at three Uzbek airports

The “open sky” regime will be introduced on the territory of the three more international airports of Uzbekistan – Andijan, Nukus and Navoi.

Azerbaijan Airlines CJSC, Boeing enter new stage of cooperation

At the invitation of Azerbaijan Airlines, President and Chief Executive Officer of Boeing Commercial Airplanes, Kevin McAllister arrived in Baku on February 22.

Air Astana to operate its daily Astana – London flights

Air Astana will operate its daily flights en route Astana, Kazakhstan – London, the Great Britain, since June 1, 2018 thanks to new frequencies on Wednesdays and Fridays.