Daily Archives: 20.11.2018

Japanese airlines to conduct searches in connection with drinking alcohol by pilots

The Japanese authorities intend to conduct searches in the leading airlines of the country, Japan Airlines (JAL) and All Nippon Airways (ANA), as its pilots were convicted of alcohol drinking. This was announced on Tuesday at a press conference in Tokyo by Keiichi Ishii, the Minister of State Lands, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, according to TASS.

Tajik Air launches its daily Dushanbe – Khujand domestic flights

Since November 16, 2018 the Tajikistan’s national airline Tajik Air has started operating its daily regular domestic flights en route Dushanbe – Khujand – Dushanbe.

Kyrgyz Parliament approves amendments to the Air Code concerning “Open Sky” policy

The draft law “On Amendments to the Air Code of the Kyrgyz Republic” was considered in the second reading at the meeting of the Kyrgyz Parliament’s Committee on Transport, Communications, Architecture and Construction.

Civil aviation sector sees nothing but harm from Kyrgyz Government

Today, November 20, 2018, Baktybek Sydykov, Deputy of the Kyrgyz Parliament, said during a meeting of the Parliament’s Committee on Transport, Communications, Architecture and Construction that announcement of the “fifth degree of freedom of air” in Kyrgyzstan must be implemented in stages.

Parliament of Kyrgyzstan does not believe that aviation kerosene is cheaper in Kazakhstan than in Kyrgyzstan

Today, November 20, 2018, Nurbek Totonov, member of the Kyrgyz Parliament, asked during a meeting of the Parliament’s Committee on Transport, Communications, Architecture and Construction, “At what price is aviation fuel sold nowadays and at what price one could buy it in 2010?”.

Air Kyrgyzstan should be considered bankrupt and no way to deny this fact

Today, November 20, 2018 a member of the Kyrgyz Parliament Altynbek Sulaimanov, asked during a meeting of the Parliament’s Committee on Transport, Communications, Architecture and Construction what state-owned airlines Kyrgyzstan has.

Singapore Airlines to become the best airline in 2019

In 2019, Singapore Airlines will be the best airline in the world, according to the AirlineRatings.com rating. The air carriers were estimated by experts according to 12 criteria, including passenger reviews, aircraft service life, staff courtesy, profitability and investment attractiveness of the business.

ACJ320neo takes to the skies for the first time

The first ACJ320neo successfully completed a two hour and 40 minute first flight from Hamburg on 16 November, getting its short test programme off to a good start.