Daily Archives: 22.03.2018

Tajikistan’s aeronautical authorities adopt “mirror” measures

In early March 2018, the Russia’s Federal Air Transport Agency adopted a decision according to which Tajikistan’s Tajik Air and Somon Air should use other air routes and fly by longer air routes. The aviation authorities of Tajikistan have responded …

Astana resumes air service with Tomsk

SCAT Airlines, Kazakhstan, will start operating its direct scheduled flights en route Tomsk, Russia – Astana, Kazakhstan, on May 31, 2018, Kazinform refers to the Kazakh embassy in Russia.

Boeing, Lion Air celebrate delivery of the first 737 MAX 9

Boeing [NYSE: BA] and the Lion Air Group today celebrated the very first 737 MAX 9 to be delivered. The airplane will go into service with Thai Lion Air, where its added capacity will help the airline launch several international routes.

UTair implements additional services sales solution in the AMADEUS system

The pre-booking and baggage allowance service is available for booking in the Amadeus GDS in two categories: luggage weighing up to 23 kg and 24 – 30 kg.

Several thousand flights canceled due to snowfalls in the northeast of the USA

Over 4.3 thousand flights were canceled, and more than 1.8 thousand were delayed on Wednesday because of a snow storm in the northeastern part of the United States, according to FlightAware.

President of Tajikistan discusses measures to improve air transportation with Boeing management

During his trip to New York, USA, the President of Tajikistan Emomali Rahmon met with representatives of The Boeing Company, the President’s Press Service reported.

Plans to launch Baku – Makhachkala flight

In connection with the European Championships in three styles of wrestling in 2018, which will be held in Dagestan, Russia, there are plans to launch a flight en route Baku, Azerbaijan – Uytash, Makhachkala, the Ministry of Transport, Energy and Communications of Dagestan, Russia, said on Wednesday.

Thai Airways bans fat passengers on their new Boeing Dreamliner 787-9

Obese passengers and parents with young children have been banned from flying business class on Thai Airways’ new Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners.