Daily Archives: 04.10.2019

Kremlin spokesperson says under what conditions Russia will restore its flights to Georgia

Russia’s flights to Georgia will be restored when it becomes apparent that there will be no return to the “aggressive channel” in relations between the two countries. This was announced to reporters by the press secretary of the President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Peskov.

Kazakhstan’s FlyArystan starts flying from Taraz, Shymkent and Pavlodar to Nur Sultan

The Kazakhstan’s low-cost airline named FlyArystan made its first flight on the third Airbus A320 airliner in the air fleet and connected the southern cities of Shymkent and Taraz, as well as northern Pavlodar with Nur-Sultan. From now on, daily flights to the capital on these air routes will be carried out from major cities of the country on modern 180-passenger seat airplanes.

Turkmenistan residents fined for their UAVs

In Lebap, Turkmenistan, law enforcement officers interrogate citizens who have drones/UAVs and write them fines amounting several thousand Turkmen manat each, according to Radio Azatlyk.

Manas International Airport OJSC, FlyArystan Airlines discuss bilateral cooperation

On October 2, 2019, a business meeting was held at the Manas International Airport, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, between the Chairperson of the Board of Manas International Airport Murat Primberdiev and Paolo Riciotti, Vice President for Strategic Development and Infrastructure, FlyArystan, Kazakhstan.

Manas International Airport OJSC plans to launch Kuwait – Osh – Kuwait new scheduled flight

Manas International Airport OJSC plans to launch its new scheduled flight en route Kuwait – Osh, Kyrgyzstan – Kuwait.

Five people killed in An-12 crash-landing near Lviv airport – Ukraine

Five people have been killed as a result of crash-landing of Ukraine Aero Alliance airline’s An-12 aircraft near the Lviv airport, Kazinform refers to Ukrinform.

Indian airline intends to enter Uzbek air market

A meeting was held at the Ministry of Transport of Uzbekistan with a delegation of the Indian company named Delhi International Airport Limited, headed by its chief financial officer, Sanjeev Edward, Trend reports on Friday quoting the Ministry.

New flights abroad to be launched from Uzbekistan’s Samarkand

The Government of Uzbekistan intends to increase the number of charter and regular flights to Samarkand from abroad. This is provided for by the Cabinet of Ministers’ resolution on additional measures for the effective use and development of the tourism potential of the Samarkand region issued on September 30, 2019.

Belarus increases number of flights to Georgia

Belarusian airline Belavia has increased the frequency of flights to Georgia from October 2, Trend reports citing Georgian media.

ICAO noted Azerbaijan’s achievements in civil aviation

The Presidium of the Council of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) awarded the civil aviation of Azerbaijan for its high achievements in the field of aviation security control.