Daily Archives: 29.11.2018

Private airlines, low-cost airlines to appear in Uzbekistan by 2020

Private airlines, low-cost airlines will appear in Uzbekistan by 2020, and a number of airports will be transferred to private management, Uzbek media reported referring to the presidential decree.

SYRIAN AIR commented on the closure of Georgian airspace

Georgia’s closure of airspace for Syrian airlines due to Syria’s recognition of South Ossetia and Abkhazia’s independence has led to re-routing and increased costs, Talal Abdulkarim, Director General, Syrian Air, told RIA Novosti, Russia.

Ural Airlines to launch its new Volgograd – Tashkent – Volgograd flight

On December 11, 2018 Ural Airlines, Russia, will launch another flight to Tashkent, Uzbekistan. Direct flights en route Volgograd, Russia – Tashkent – Volgograd will begin. The cost of a one-way flight is EUR 137+ or RUR 10,240+.

Boeing crash in Indonesia: the plane was not supposed to fly into the air

Experts in Indonesia, investigating the causes of the collapse of the liner airline Lion Air, which killed all on board 189 people, said that according to its technical condition the plane should not take off, and it should be decommissioned.

Seven flights delayed at Bishkek’s Manas International Airport due to thick fog

Heavy fog is observed at Manas International Airport. Press service of the company reported.

Tajik Air says what caused delay in Dushanbe – Khujand flight

Tajik Air, the national airline of Tajikistan, officially apologized to passengers for the delayed flights on Wednesday.

Khujand children stuck at airport in Dushanbe, as they were returning from Istanbul

A group of schoolchildren who took part in the Olympiad on mental arithmetic in Istanbul, Turkey, has not been able to fly from Dushanbe to Khujand for several hours.

Uzbekistan Airways should become a regional leader

The President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev signed a Decree “On Measures for Radical Improvement of Civil Aviation in Uzbekistan.”

S7 AIRLINES launches its direct flights from Russia’s Novosibirsk to Uzbekistan’s Namangan

S7 Airlines, a member of the oneworld® Global Aviation Alliance®, has been launching its direct flights from Novosibirsk, Russia, to Namangan, Uzbekistan, since December 4, 2018. Air tickets for the new flight are already on sale.