Daily Archives: 07.05.2018

Heydar Aliyev International Airport receives most prestigious award in the world

International air transport rating organization Skytrax confirmed the prestigious 5-Star Airport Rating for the Heydar Aliyev International Airport in Baku, Azerbaijan.

Renovated arrival hall opened at Jalal-Abad airport in southern Kyrgyzstan

Today, May 7, 2018 the Prime Minister of the Kyrgyz Republic Muhammadkaliy Abylgaziev, as part of his working trip to Osh and Jalal-Abad regions in southern Kyrgyzstan, took part in the opening ceremony of the renovated arrival hall at the Jalal-Abad International Airport.

Airbus delivered to customers 172 commercial aircraft for Jan-Apr 2018

During the January – April 2018 period, the European aircraft construction company, Airbus, received orders for 136 aircraft, according to the materials published by this company.

S7 Airlines launches new Novosibirsk – Pavlodar flight

On May 30, 2018 S7 Airlines, Russia, will launch its new international flight to Kazakhstan en route Novosibirsk, Russia – Pavlodar, Kazakhstan. Flights from the Tolmachevo International Airport in Novosibirsk (roundtrip air services) will be operated twice a week by Embraer 170 according to the following flight schedule:

Singapore airport may use facial recognition systems to find late passengers

The leadership of the Singapore’s Changi International Airport is considering the possibility of introducing facial recognition systems to detect passengers late for a flight. According to Asia One, this is part of the measures to improve the airport, which has been recognized as the best one in the world for the sixth consecutive year.

Air France says likely to run 85 percent of flights during May 7 strike

Air France, facing deepening turmoil over a dispute with staff over pay, said on Sunday it expected to operate close to 85 percent of flights during strike disruptions on May 7, Reuters reported.