Daily Archives: 02.08.2019

ICAO: Sukhumi Airport – part of the Georgian airspace

The Permanent Representative of Georgia to the ICAO once again confirmed that the organization considers the Sukhumi Airport as part of the Georgian airspace. The information was disseminated by the Georgian Foreign Ministry.

Georgia complains to ICAO after changing Sukhum airport code

Konstantin Kavtaradze, Permanent Representative of Georgia to the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), said that the organization considers Sukhumi airport as Georgian airspace, the Georgian First Channel reported on August 2.

Kazakhstan seeks airline services expansion at Routes Silk Road 2019 forum

The forum Routes Silk Road 2019 gathered July 15-17 more than 250 people from business, government and aviation in panel sessions and 800 face-to-face meetings to discuss air services at the capital’s Palace of Independence, reports the city akimat (administration).

Boeing to change 737 MAX flight-control software to address flaw

Boeing Co plans further changes to the software architecture of the 737 MAX flight-control system to address a flaw discovered after a test in June, two people briefed on the matter said late on Thursday, Trend reports citing Reuters.

Kazakhstan’s SCAT Airlines becomes “Airline of the Year” in Group B

SCAT Airlines, Kazakhstan, became laureate of the Eurasian Award in Aviation Marketing 2019 in the “Airline of the Year” nomination of group B (air traffic capacities are 1 – 5 million passengers per year).

Russian Federation comments on the court decision on debt recovery from Tajik Air

The Moscow Arbitration Court decided that Tajik Air has to pay more than half a million US dollars to the State Air Traffic Management Corporation, Russia.

Uzbekistan Airways to provide discounts of up to 50% on domestic flights

Uzbekistan Airways will provide discounts of 30 – 50% on domestic flights during the period from August 31 through September 3, 2019, the Uzbekistan News publication announced on August 1, 2019.

The British chairs Aviation Administration of Kazakhstan

The Director General of the Aviation Administration of Kazakhstan has been appointed. According to the Civil Aviation Committee, Peter Griffiths has taken this position, Tengrinews.kz reported.