Daily Archives: 11.05.2018

Azeraeronavigation introduces latest innovative air navigation system AIM

Azeraeronavigation (Azerbaijan Air Navigation) Air Traffic Control Department (AZANS) under CJSC Azerbaijan Airlines completed the process of introducing integrated aeronautical information management system AIM.

Air Astana launches Astana – Tyumen new destination

On June 2, 2018, Air Astana, the Kazakhstan’s flag air carrier, will launch its new international flight en route Astana, Kazakhstan – Tyumen, Russia. Flights from Astana’s Nursultan Nazarbayev International Airport to Tyumen’s Roshchino International Airport (roundtrip air services) will be operated thrice a week on Embraer 190 airliners according to the following flight schedule:

Osh International Airport – the second largest airport in Kyrgyzstan in terms of passenger traffic

The Osh International Airport, southern Kyrgyzstan, is the second largest and the most important passenger airport in Kyrgyzstan, which is part of the Manas International Airport OJSC.

Brawler detained during Moscow – Bishkek flight

Departure of Ural Airlines aircraft from Moscow to Bishkek was postponed for half an hour. The reason for the delay was not explained. Before the departure, one of the passengers needed medical assistance. Doctors were invited to the plane.

Boeing to become the first buyer of aircraft parts produced in Georgia

The Boeing Company will become the first buyer of aircraft parts, Natia Turnava, deputy head of the Partnership Fund, said BM.GE. According to her, Experts from Boeing plan to arrive in Georgia in a month.

Tbilisi launches Georgian-Israeli plant to produce parts for aircraft

A new Georgian factory that will produce civil aircraft parts for Boeing, Airbus and Bombardier passenger planes has opened today in the capital city of Tbilisi, according to Novosti-Georgia. For the implementation of the project, the Georgian and Israeli sides founded a joint venture company, the Aerostructure Technologies Cyclone (ATC) in Georgia.

Uzbekistan ready to privatize UZBEKISTAN AIRWAYS

Uzbekistan is prepared to privatize its state airline but will keep full control of its lucrative gold mines and oil firm, one of the country’s top officials said on Wednesday.

Pobeda Airlines flies to Georgia

Pobeda Airlines, Russia, following UVT Aero Airlines, Russia, received permits from the Russia’s Federal Air Transport Agency for flights from Perm, Russia, to Georgia. At the same time, the Russian low-cost air carrier has plans to transport over 400 people a week, while UVT Aero – 100. Experts doubt that Pobeda Airlines has chosen the optimal frequency of flights. Representatives of the low cost air carrier are confident in downloading more than 90%, but have not yet decided on the date of the commencement of these flights.