Daily Archives: 08.10.2019

Georgian Airways to sue Russia for flight ban

Georgian Airways is preparing a lawsuit to the European Court against the Ministry of Transport of Russia in connection with the prohibition of direct flights from Russia, which caused financial damage and violated consumer rights. This is stated in a statement released on Tuesday by Roman Bokeria, CEO, Georgian Airways, according to TASS.

Georgian Airways to sue Russia for flight ban

Georgian Airways is preparing a lawsuit to the European Court against the Ministry of Transport of Russia in connection with the prohibition of direct flights from Russia, which caused financial damage and violated consumer rights. This is stated in a statement released on Tuesday by Roman Bokeria, CEO, Georgian Airways, according to TASS.

Silk Way to organize annual Caspian Air Cargo Summit in Baku

The traditional two-days Caspian Air Cargo Summit 2019 opened October 8-9 at Fairmont Baku Flame Towers Hotel, Trend reports with reference to Silk Way.

Charter flights from Bangkok to Tbilisi to be operated

Starting December 28, 2019, Thai Air Asia X Airlines will operate its direct charter flights en route Bangkok, Thailand – Tbilisi, Georgia.

Georgia hopes to lift ban on flights from Russia during the nearest six months

Georgia hopes that the Russian authorities will lift the ban on flights to the country over the next six months. Such an assumption was made by the director of the Georgian Airports Association George Chogovadze in his interview with the Georgian newspaper named Rezonansi, published on Tuesday.

President of Kazakhstan instructs to increase number of direct international flights

The President of the Republic of Kazakhstan Kassym-Jomart Tokayev, has instructed to develop air traffic with leading cities of the world, Kazinform correspondent reports.

UIA leaves Kazakhstan. Will tours to Europe go up in price?

Starting from October 27, 2019, Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) will cease to operate direct flights to Kazakhstan. A significant number of tour operators relied on this airline because of the affordable cost of air tickets. Experts told Tengri Travel how foreign travel prices can now change and what alternative routes Kazakhstan residents can take.

How will the new airport in Kazakhstan’s Shymkent look like?

SCAT Airlines, Kazakhstan, spoke about the construction of a new terminal in Shymkent, Tengrinews.kz reported.

FlyArystan Airlines sold half a million air tickets

In less than six months (May – Sept 2019), the first Kazakhstani low-cost airline named FlyArystan sold half a million passenger seats, about 60% of which were sold at minimum rates of less than KZT 10,000 (USD 1 = KZT 389). It should be noted that the timeliness of all FlyArystan flights exceeded 93%, while the aircraft load factor came to 94%.