Daily Archives: 27.11.2018

Russia’s IrAero Airlines to launch its new destination to Uzbekistan as part of the winter flight schedule

On December 18, 2018 IrAero Airlines, Russia, will begin operating its new flights en route Irkutsk, Russia – Fergana, Uzbekistan – Irkutsk. Flights will be operated once a week, on Tuesdays. The period of flight operations is from December 18, 2018 through March 26, 2019.

S7 Airlines to launch its new Novosibirsk – Namangan flight

On December 4, 2018, S7 Airlines (Siberia), Russia, will launch its new flight en route Novosibirsk, Russia – Namangan, Uzbekistan. Flights from the Novosibirsk’s Tolmachevo International Airport to Uzbekistan will be operated three times a week on an Airbus A320 aircraft according to the following flight schedule:

Airport in Kazakhstan’s Semei to be able to take aircraft in any weather

The light-signal equipment with the necessary infrastructure is installed on the runway, which makes it possible to take aircraft in all weather conditions, Kazinform reports with reference to Аltaynews.kz.

Kazakhstan, Belarus intend to produce drones

Kazakhstan and Belarus intend to release drones together, First Deputy Prime Minister of Belarus Alexander Turchin said at a meeting of the Belarusian-Kazakh intergovernmental commission on trade and economic cooperation, BelTA reports.

Over 8,000 flights cancelled in the U.S. due to snowfall

Adverse weather conditions, including snowstorms in the central part of the United States, led to the cancellation and delays of more than 8,000 flights on Sunday and Monday morning, FlightAware reported tracking the movement of aircraft.

Qatar Airways to expand Iran flights despite sanctions

Qatar Airways says it is expanding operations in Iran, despite US sanctions on the Islamic Republic and a diplomatic rift with Saudi Arabia over accusations that it had approached Tehran too closely, Press TV reported.

El Al offers free flight to Europe to passengers of nightmare flight

El Al, Israel’s flagship airline, announced that it would compensate all 400 passengers that were aboard the so-called nightmare flight with a round-trip to a European destination, The Jerusalem Post reports.