Alexander Neradko, Kurmanbek Akyshev sign Kyrgyz/Russian Airworthiness Cooperation Agreement

On June 5, 2018, Alexander Neradko, CEO, Federal Air Transport Agency, Russia, and Kurmanbek Akyshev, Director, Civil Aviation Agency, Kyrgyz Republic, signed Kyrgyz/Russian Airworthiness Cooperation Agreement. This technical paper was prepared following the results of a meeting with the participation of aviation departments of a number of CIS countries and Georgia in Moscow, Russia, in December 2017, according to the Russia’s Federal Air Transport Agency.

The Kyrgyz/Russian Airworthiness Cooperation Agreement is aimed at simplifying the procedures, according to which aviation authorities of the Kyrgyz Republic should recognize certificates of the type of aviation equipment issued by the Federal Air Transport Agency. This also applies to certificates of airworthiness for products, parts and components, as well as for the development of cooperation and information exchange on an ongoing basis on maintaining the airworthiness of aircraft in service.

“The Federal Air Transport Agency continues its active work with the CIS countries and Georgia to develop the agreements reached in Moscow and conclude technical agreements in the field of certification and airworthiness, and to strengthen effective cooperation in order to improve flight safety,” the Federal Air Transport Agency’s statement says.

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