Daily Archives: 01.02.2019

Uzbekistan Airways’ campaign for Vladivostok – Tashkent flights and airfare reduction for Tashkent – Almaty – Tashkent flights

Special prices for Vladivostok – Tashkent flight tickets for the period from February 9th through March 30 mean discounts on all classes of booking.

The first agricultural drone registered in Georgia

The first drone for agricultural purposes has been registered in the civilian pilotless aircraft registry of the Civil Aviation Agency under the Ministry of Economy and Sustainable Development of Georgia.

Hajj 2019. Airfare for Kyrgyzstan pilgrims to cost US $ 1,550

In 2019, Flynas Airlines will be in charge of transporting pilgrims performing the hajj to Mecca, according to the Spiritual Administration of Muslims of Kyrgyzstan.

Kazakhstan, U.S. keen to launch direct flights

The Civil Aviation Committee is close to signing the air service agreement between the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the U.S., Kazinform has learnt from the Committee.

TAV GEORGIA: Negotiations with Georgian Ministry of Economy to expand airport in Batumi suspended

The Georgian Minister of Economy announced the expansion of airports in Adjara and Tbilisi, including at new locations, but TAV GEORGIA, the operator of the airports in Tbilisi and Batumi, does not have information about this.

Advantageous travelling with Buta Airways mobile app easier now

Henceforth, all owners of Android-based smartphones (version 5.0 and higher), as well as iPhones (iOS 9.0 and higher) can download Buta Airways official mobile app.

Svetlana Maliuk leads AMADEUS regional team to work with airlines in Russia and CIS

Amadeus, the leading provider of information technology for the global tourism and transport industry, has announced the appointment of Svetlana Maliuk to the position of Head of Sales and Account Management. Svetlana will be based in the Moscow office of Amadeus and will oversee commercial work with airlines in Russia and the CIS.

By 2035, the volume of air travel will double in the world – ICAO

Investments in developing air transport will pay off handsomely in the near future. After all, according to forecasts, the volume of transportation of air passengers and air freights will more than double by 2035, according to the President of the ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) Council, Dr. Olumuyiwa Benard Aliu.