Daily Archives: 12.04.2018

ICAO intends to assist Kyrgyzstan at the expert level to conduct various trainings and training events for civil aviation workers

The Prime Minister of the Kyrgyz Republic Sapar Isakov met today with Arkady Merkulov, regional safety expert of the European and North Atlantic Office of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).

Algeria military plane crash: 257 dead near Algiers

An Algerian military plane has crashed near the capital killing 257 people on board, BBC reported citing officials.

Boeing-737 crashed in Osh presented to Kyrgyz Aviation Institute for training purposes

The crashed Boeing-737-300 aircraft was donated to the Kyrgyz Aviation Institute named after I. Abdraimov to be used in educational and methodical purposes.

Uzbekistan Airways offers its regular flights from Uzbekistan to the resorts of Malaysia

Uzbekistan Airways and Malaysia Airlines expand their cooperation within the code-share agreement, thanks to which the Uzbekistan Airways’ passengers have the opportunity to fly from Tashkent, Uzbekistan, to the resorts of Malaysia located on the Langkawi Island and in the city of Kota Kinabalu (roundtrip flights).

January-March 2018: Passenger traffic at Georgian airports increases 36%

Georgia’s three international airports served 839,612 passengers in the first three months of 2018, which is a 36 percent increase year-on-year (y/y), Agenda reports.

Russia, Uzbekistan agree to increase frequencies for air carriers

Russia and Uzbekistan agreed on more than doubling the number of frequencies for Russian and Uzbek air carriers, the Russian Transport Ministry said in its statement on the results of talks between the civil aviation authorities of Russia and Uzbekistan on Wednesday, according to the TASS News Agency, Russia.

Air Baltic launches new flight to Astana

A new direct flight will be launched en route Almaty, Kazakhstan – Riga, Latvia, according to the Kazinform News Agency, Kazakhstan.

Batumi International Airport’s passenger traffic increased by 55%

The passenger flow of the Batumi International Airport, Georgia, increased by 55% in the first quarter of 2018, and this is a high data, as compared with the growth rates of other leading airports in the country.