Daily Archives: 04.03.2019

Kazakhstan, Tajikistan set to increase flight frequencies

Air carriers of Kazakhstan and Tajikistan gained an opportunity to increase the frequency of flights between the two countries, the Civil Aviation Committee of the Kazakh Industry and Infrastructure Development Ministry reports.

Kazakhstanis in India: What is the situation with scheduled flights?

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Kazakhstan commented on the situation with Kazakhstanis in India, the correspondent of the IAA “Kazinform” reports.

Kuwait offers Kazakhstan to launch direct flights

On March 1-2, Foreign Minister Beibut Atamkulov held talks with foreign ministers of Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Jordan and Indonesia, who arrived in Abu Dhabi to participate in the 46th session of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), the press service of the Kazakh Foreign Ministry reports.

Air Astana operating flights to/from India via alternative routes

Air Astana Airlines reports that until 4th March 2019, Pakistan’s airspace remains closed, Kazinform has learnt from the company’s press service.

Air Astana comments on the situation with cancellation of flights to India

Air Astana, Kazakhstan, commented on the situation with the cancellation of flights to India, Kazinform reports.

Direct flights from Astana to Ulaanbaatar to launch in June

SCAT Airlines, an air carrier of Kazakhstan, will start operating direct flights from Astana to Ulaanbaatar from this June, MONTSAME reports.

Azerbaijan, Saudi Arabia keen to expand air communication

Azerbaijan and Saudi Arabia are interested in expanding air communication, Azerbaijani Finance Minister Samir Sharifov said at the fifth meeting of the Azerbaijan-Saudi Arabia intergovernmental commission in Baku, Trend reports March 4.

Mitsubishi Regional Jet tests start in the U.S.

Mitsubishi Aircraft Corp. said Monday its small regional plane, Japan’s first homegrown commercial passenger jet, has started test flights in the United States.

The plane that rolled out runway at Saint-Petersburg’s Pulkovo Airport allowed to continue flying

After inspection by technical experts, the Uzbekistan Airways’ Boeing-767 UK67008 was allowed to fly, according to the air company’s website.

Uzbekistan Airways’ plane rolls out of runway in Russia’s St. Petersburg

On March 2, at 09:59 pm Moscow time, the Uzbekistan Airways’ Boeing-767 UK67008 aircraft, when operating its regular passenger flight HY631 en route Tashkent, Uzbekistan – ​​St. Petersburg, Russia, after landing at Pulkovo International airport, when taxiing partially, the front wheels of the chassis went down to the ground. The aircraft has no damage; emergency evacuation of passengers was not required.