Daily Archives: 09.10.2019

Manas and Osh airports in Kyrgyzstan cancel all Air Manas flights today

Manas and Osh airports canceled all Bishkek — Osh — Bishkek domestic flights that should have been operated by Air Manas today. Passengers informed 24.kg news agency.

Manas International Airport OJSC congratulates honored aviator, who devoted 55 years to civil aviation industry in Kyrgyzstan

As part of the celebration of the 86th anniversary of the founding the civil aviation sector of the Kyrgyz Republic, Manas International Airport OJSC congratulated the honored aviator Tleukhor Boshumova on the anniversary event and presented a valuable gift – a watch and a ticket to one of the health resorts of Kyrgyzstan.

New China – Azerbaijan flight may launch

Launching of a new flight to Baku from another Chinese city, in addition to Beijing, is expected in 2020, a source in China’s travel company ETI Holidays said, Trend reports referring to Azerbaijani Agency for Tourism.

EU air safety regulator doubts reliability of new computers in Boeing 737 MAX

The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) informed its U.S. colleagues and The Boeing Company that it did not consider the tests carried out on a number of computer systems that equipped the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft to be sufficient ones, Trend reported with reference to TASS, according to the Wall Street Journal’s report on Tuesday.

Omani airline to launch direct flights to Kazakhstan’s Nur Sultan, Almaty

Omani airline Salam Air plans to launch direct flights Almaty – Muscat (Oman) and Nur-Sultan – Muscat (Oman), Kazinform reports with the reference to the Civil Aviation Committee of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

Georgian authorities do not intend to subsidize flights from Russia

The Georgian authorities do not intend to subsidize direct flights from Russia, funding will be allocated for flights to European destinations, according to the Prime Minister George Gaharia.

Kazakhstan moves to British civil aviation regulatory model

An agreement on the provision of technical assistance for the transition to the British civil aviation regulatory model was concluded between the Civil Aviation Agency International (CAAi) and Kazakhstan Aviation Administration JSC in London.

Georgia lost over US $ 100 Mln in July-August 2019 over ban on flights from Russia – Tourism Chief

Georgia has lost about $113 million in the period from July to August due to the ban on direct flights from Russia, while the reduction of the Russian tourist flow to the country in September amounted to 20 percent, Head of the Georgian National Tourism Administration Mariam Kvrivishvili said.

Air Astana begins withdrawing Boeings from its fleet

On Wednesday, October 9, 2019 Air Astana showed its new long-range Airbus A321LR liner to the public. The presentation of the plane took place in the air carrier’s aviation technical center, Nursultan Nazarbayev International Airport, Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan. Air Astana becomes the first operator of this aircraft in the CIS.