Daily Archives: 12.09.2018

Russia’s Minister of Transport reports on shifting formation of IAC analogue for EAEU

The timing of the signing of an agreement to create an agency that will investigate air crashes within the EAEU countries and replace the Interstate Aviation Committee is shifting, Transport Minister Yevgeny Dietrich told reporters on the sidelines of the Eastern Economic Forum – 2018.

Air Navigation Department launched after reconstruction at National Aviation Academy

On the eve of academic year, the building of Air Navigation Department at the National Aviation Academy was put into operation after full reconstruction.

Tajikistan’s Somon Air to become new partner for Russia’s Zhukovsky International Airport

Zhukovsky International Airport, Russia, announces the beginning of cooperation with Somon Air, Tajikistan, and the launch of regular flights en route Zhukovsky – Dushanbe, Tajikistan and Zhukovsky – Kulyab, Tajikistan. The first flight to Dushanbe will be completed on September 23, 2018, whereas the flights to Kulyab will begin two days earlier – on September 21, 2018.

Air transport development: Kyrgyzstan takes the last place among Euro-Asian Economic Union countries

In Q1 2018, the freight turnover of air transport in Kyrgyzstan amounted to 1.6 million ton-kilometers, according to the materials of the Eurasian Economic Commission.

Tez Jet repeatedly delays domestic flight in Kyrgyzstan due to aircraft replacement

Tez Jet Airlines, Kyrgyzstan, delayed its Bishkek – Osh domestic flight yesterday for more than an hourm several readers informed the 24.kg News Agency, Kyrgyzstan.

Three children urgently delivered to hospitals by helicopter in Kazakhstan’s Pavlodar region

The medical air ambulance service served seven emergency calls in Pavlodar Region, Kazakhstan, for the past day. In all emergency cases, doctors delivered seriously ill people, including children, on airplanes and helicopters, according to the Kazinform News Agency, Kazakhstan.

Passenger traffic at Mestia Airport increased by 20 percent in August 2018

According to the Georgian Airports Association, the Tamar Mepe Airport in Mestia, Georgia, serviced 1,089 passengers in August 2018, which is by 20 percent higher than during the same period last year.