Daily Archives: 04.06.2019

Kazakhstan residents can seriously save on airline tickets

Summer holidays will be a period of truly grandiose discounts for Kazakhstan residents.

Kazakhstan’s Almaty International Airport to return seats after perturbations by passengers

Part of the passenger seats will be returned to the waiting room of Almaty International Airport, Tengrinews.kz reports referring to the airport.

Finnair permanently increases its flight destinations to China

Finnair is expanding its network of Chinese destinations with code sharing agreements with China Southern Airlines and Juneyao Air. Cooperation with China Southern Airlines includes the Helsinki – Guangzhou air route and selected destinations of the Chinese air carrier, the Finnish air carrier informed.

Flydubai celebrates its tenth anniversary

Dubai-based carrier flydubai is celebrating its 10th anniversary. A decade ago, on June 1, 2009, the airline’s first flight took off from Dubai International bound for Beirut Rafic Hariri International Airport. Since then, the airline has ferried more than 70 million passengers.

New hall of Tashkent International Airport flooded after heavy rain

A new arrival terminal building for passengers of international airlines at the Tashkent International Airport, Uzbekistan, was flooded. AviaSpotter published a video in the Telegram channel taken in the new arrival hall of the Tashkent International Airport.

AZAL, Boeing negotiating timing of delivery of 737 MAX-8 aircraft

Azerbaijan Airlines CJSC (AZAL) intends to postpone the timing of delivery of Boeing 737 MAX-8 aircraft till 2024, Trend reports referring to the company’s press-service on June 3.

What is the Aviation Administration of Kazakhstan and what will it do?

The Aviation Administration will begin its work in Kazakhstan, and it will monitor flight safety, implement technical control and oversee compliance with civil aviation requirements, Tengrinews.kz reports.

IATA predicts drop in airline profits by 21% due to rising kerosene prices and trade wars

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) lowered its revenue forecast for the aviation industry for 2019 due to deteriorating market conditions, the trade war between the United States and China, and rising jet fuel prices. The forecast was announced at the IATA’s Annual Summit in Seoul.