Daily Archives: 21.10.2019

Kazakh low-cost FlyArystan Airlines opens sale of airline tickets for Nur Sultan – Moscow flights at USD 51.3+

The first Kazakhstan low-cost airline is pleased to announce the opening of airline ticket sales for its first international flight en route Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan – Moscow, Russia – Nur-Sultan.

International Day of the Air Traffic Controller celebrated on October 20th

October 20th was the International Day of Air Traffic Controllers, as this is a professional holiday for air traffic controllers and dispatchers.

Satcom Direct supports IT training for business aviation

In the face of growing demand for qualified IT professionals in business aviation, Satcom Direct (SD) is strengthening its specialized trainings program for this industry.

On-board Catering Center at Manas International Airport in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, awarded with the Gold Certificate for compliance with ISO 22000: 2018

The On-board Catering Center of Manas Management Company CJSC, which is a subsidiary of Manas International Airport OJSC, has been awarded with the Gold Certificate for compliance with the requirements of ISO 22000: 2018.

Civil aviation pilots started to be trained in Uzbekistan

The first group of young people is studying the profession of civil aviation pilot at the Aviation Training Center of Uzbekistan Airways.

Two women piloted a passenger plane for the first time in Iran

Neshat Jahandari and co-pilot Foruz Firuzi – the first two women pilots in the history of Iranian civil aviation who piloted a passenger domestic flight en route Tehran – Mashhad, Kazinform reported with reference to IRNA.

Qantas tests world’s longest commercial flight from New York to Sydney

Australia’s flag carrier Qantas completed on Sunday a nonstop test flight from New York to Sydney, researching how the world’s longest potential commercial airplane journey of nearly 20 hours would impact pilots, crew and passengers, reports Trend referring to Reuters.