Daily Archives: 23.09.2019

Russia’s Federal Air Transport Agency approves four new flights to Baku, Azerbaijan

The Russia’s Federal Air Transport Agency issued admission for one more Russian airline to operatre its scheduled flights to Azerbaijan from three cities of Russia.

Buta Airways’ Baku – Riyadh flight schedule

On September 18, 2019, the Azerbaijani low-cost airline named Buta Airways launched its new flight en route Baku – Riyadh. Flights from Baku’s Heydar Aliyev International Airport, Azerbaijan, to Riyadh’s King Khalid International Airport, UAE will be operated twice a week on an Embraer 190 aircraft according to the following flight schedule:

Kazakhstan’s FlyArystan to launch Taraz – Nur-Sultan (Astana) domestic flight

On October 3, 2019, the Kazakhstan’s low-cost airline named FlyArystan will start operating its new domestic flight en route Taraz – Nur-Sultan (formerly Astana). Flights from Taraz’s Aulie-Ata International Airport to Nursultan Nazarbayev International Airport will be operated daily on Airbus A320 airliners according to the following flight schedule:

Pavlodar – Nur-Sultan domestic flight becomes cheaper

The air ticket price has reduced by KZT 1,000 (USD 1 = KZT 387), according to Kazinform News Agency, Kazakhstan.

Airfare investigation launched in relation to Air Astana and SCAT Airlines

An investigation has been launched regarding Air Astana JSC and SCAT Airlines, Kazakhstan, on compliance with antitrust laws, Kazinform reports with reference to the Kazakhstan’s Ministry of National Economy (MNE).

UAE confirms its renomination to membership of ICAO Council 2019

The UAE has confirmed its renomination to the membership of the International Civil Aviation Organization, ICAO, Council for category III for a new three-year term.

Design and oversight lapses caused Boeing’s air crash in Indonesia

Investigators from Indonesia concluded that flaws in aircraft construction and inadequate control by US government mainly caused the crash of the Boeing 737 MAX in Indonesia last October, The Wall Street Journal reported on Sunday.

The airline sent 80 flights without passengers

Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) has flown over 80 flights in two years without a single passenger on board, Trend reports with reference to Geo News TV.