Daily Archives: 02.04.2018

Air Astana’s seven flights delayed at Almaty International Airport for past day

Seven flights of Air Astana have been delayed at the Kazakhstan’s Almaty International Airport for the past day.

One more air company from Kazakhstan awarded with IOSA international security certificate

Jordan Karamalakov, representative of the International Air Transport Association (IATA), handed the IOSA international security certificate to Kazakhstan’s SCAT Airlines, according to the Kazinform News Agency, Kazakhstan.

New Boeing 737 MAX 8 plane makes first flight in Kazakhstan

SCAT airline’s new Boeing 737 MAX 8 plane made the first flight from Shymkent to Astana, Kazinform News Agency, Kazakhstan, reported.

Number of passenger flights between Russia’s Krasnoyarsk, Azerbaijan’s Baku to grow

The number of passenger flights from Yemelyanovo International Airport in Russia’s Krasnoyarsk region to Azerbaijan’s Baku will increase to two per week this summer, according to the updated spring-summer flight schedule posted on the website of the airport.

Kyrgyzstan national air carrier to renew its airplane fleet

Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Arkady Dvorkovich said that Russia and Kyrgyzstan are consulting on the supply of Russian passenger aircraft Sukhoi Superjet 100 (SSJ100) and МС-21 for the national air carrier of Kyrgyzstan, Kyrgyz news agency “Kabar” reported citing RIA Novosti on March 31.

Azerbaijan’s Silk Way West Airlines re-launches Budapest service

After a break of nearly two years, Azerbaijan’s Silk Way West Airlines has again introduced scheduled service into Budapest, the capital of Hungary, said a message published on the website of the airlines.

Georgia’s new MyWay Airlines makes first flight

Georgia’s new MyWay Airlines made the first charter flight from Tbilisi to Tehran, Sputnik Georgia cited the Tbilisi International Airport.

Airlines conflict between Tajikistan and Russia reaches its apogee

An airlines conflict between Tajikistan and Russia has reached its apogee.  The Russian civilian aviation authorities have suspended Tajik air carriers’ flights to some cities of the Russian Federation.  The Tajik side has responded by suspending Russian airlines’ flights to Dushanbe and Khujand.

Dushanbe decides to respond in a mirror manner to Russia’s restriction of flights from Tajikistan

The Tajik civil aviation authorities took mirror measures response to resolve Russian colleagues who suspended flights of Somon Air and Tajik Air to a number of Russian cities, Aziz Nabizoda, Deputy Director, Civil Aviation Agency, Tajikistan, told Interfax on Sunday.

Russian sky closed for Tajik airlines

Somon Air informs its passengers that, on the basis of a telegram received from the Russia’s Federal Air Transport Agency (FATA) on March 31, 2018, it is forced to suspend its flights to some destinations in the Russian Federation.