Daily Archives: 04.06.2018

Russian airlines allowed not let brawlers on planes

In Russia, amendments to the Civil and Air Codes have entered into force, which allow airlines to compile black lists of passengers and not allow violent citizens to be in their aircraft, according to Rossiyskaya Gazeta.

Airport in Georgia’s Kutaisi served a record number of passengers in May 2018

The Kutaisi International Airport named after David Agmashenebeli served a record number of passengers in May 2018, according to the Georgian Airports Association under the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development, Georgia.

Krasnoyarsk – Almaty new regular flight launched

The Russia’s Krasnoyarsk International Airport announces on launching a new regular flight en route Krasnoyarsk, Russia – Almaty, Kazakhstan. The first flight was operated by Angara Airlines, Russia, on June 3, 2018.

Airport in Kazakhstan’s Kostanai takes planes once again after incident with SCAT Airlines’ aircraft

The airport in Kostanai, Kazakhstan, takes aircraft once again after the Sunday’s incident with the plane, which rolled out of the runway.

Plane rolls out of runway when landing at airport in Kazakhstan

The Boeing-737 plane belonged to the Kazakhstan’s SCAT Airlines rolled out the runway after landing at Kostanai airport. None of those who were on board were injured, the Civil Aviation Committee (CAC) under the Kazakhstan’s Ministry for Investment and Development said on Sunday.

AZAL’s plane collided with bird but successfully returns to the airport

The plane of Azerbaijan Airlines CJSC (AZAL), which was flying from Istanbul to Baku, collided with a bird, the Air Company stated in its message in Facebook.

Direct flights to connect Azerbaijan’s Baku with Russia’s Chelyabinsk

The Federal Agency for Air Transport (Rosaviatsiya) of Russia issued a permit to IrAero Airlines for flights to Azerbaijan.

Airmen solemnly celebrated the 80th anniversary of Azerbaijan’s civil aviation

On June 1, Azerbaijani aviators officially celebrated their professional holiday and the 80th anniversary of civil aviation.

Etihad Airways to increase flight frequency to Astana

The UAE’s Etihad Airways will increase its flight frequency to and from Astana, Kazakhstan, since July 1 to August 31 this year to three from two flights a week, the press service of the Civil Aviation Committee of the Kazakh Investments and Development Ministry informs.

Iran willing to facilitate air transport between Tehran, Tashkent

Iran’s Minister of Roads and Urban Development Abbas Akhoundi said the country is weighing plans to establish a direct flight route between Tehran and Tashkent in the near future.