Daily Archives: 20.06.2019

CEO of Georgian Airports Association tells about prospects of Kutaisi International Airport

“It is very important that the airport in Kutaisi, Georgia, has become one of the regional centers for low-cost airline operations, and the more there are, the more its services will be used not only by citizens of Georgia, but also by foreigners,” said George Chogovadze, CEO, Georgian Airports Association (GAA).

Turkmenistan Airlines intends to order one Boeing 777-200LR – ADDITION

Boeing [NYSE: BA] and Turkmenistan Airlines, the national carrier of Turkmenistan, announced the airline’s plan to extend its long-haul operations by adding a fourth 777-200LR (Long Range) airplane to its fleet.

QAZAQ AIR starts flights to Issyk-Kul Lake shores

QAZAQ AIR, the Kazakhstan’s regional airline, together with the KOMPAS tour operator is launching a summer charter program for a popular resort destination to the Issyk-Kul lake, Kyrgyzstan.

Korean Air to add 30 Boeing 787 Dreamliners to its fleet

Korean Air Lines Co Ltd said on Wednesday it will add 30 Boeing Co Dreamliner passenger jets to its fleet, including what it said would be the country’s first use of the largest Dreamliner model, the 787-10.

American Airlines buys 50 Airbus A321 XLR narrow-body airliners

The largest airline in the world, American Airlines, said it would buy 50 narrow-body Airbus A321 XLR airliners capable of flying across the Atlantic.

Pre-trial investigation initiated on air crash in Kazakhstan’s Akmola region

The Transport Police Department has formed an investigative-operational group to investigate the air crash of the AN-2 aircraft in the Akmola region, Kazakhstan, the Main Transport Prosecutor’s Office informed Kazinform News Agency.

Airplane crashes in Kazakhstan’s Akmola region

An AN-2 airplane has crashed in Akmola region earlier this morning, Kazinform has learnt from the press service of the Emergencies Committee of the Internal Affairs Ministry of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

Turkmenistan Airlines to buy its fourth long-haul Boeing 777

The Turkmen state air carrier will purchase another, already the fourth long-haul Boeing 777-200LR worth US $ 346.9 million, according to the Air Transport World.