Daily Archives: 01.11.2019

Tbilisi – New Delhi flights to be operated daily since March 2020

Regular flights en route Georgia – India begin, Trend reports citing the Georgian Civil Aviation Agency.

Tajik citizen removed from Moscow – Kulyab flight for drunk brawl

A citizen of Tajikistan – the passenger of the Moscow, Russia – Kulyab, Tajikistan, flight was removed from the flight for drunken brawls. The incident occurred on October 31, 2019.

Kazakhstan’s SCAT Airlines launches its new flight to Saudi Arabia

From now on, residents of Kazakhstan and other tourists have the opportunity to travel to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia with a direct flight from Almaty, Kazakhstan.

Check before your flight! What perfume was forbidden to carry in hand luggage?

Victor & Rolf’s Spicebomb fragrance is not allowed to be transported across the customs border in hand luggage due to a grenade-shaped bottle, the staff of the London City Airport told Express.

Helicopter crashes at sea in South Korea, seven people are missing

Seven South Koreans were still unaccounted for Friday morning, hours after a chopper carrying them crashed into waters near the Dokdo islets in the East Sea, according to local fire authorities.

Moscow has not yet decided how to compensate damage to Russian airlines for tourist embargo of Georgia

The Ministry of Transport of the Russian Federation supports the idea of ​​compensating airlines only direct losses from the ban on flights to/from Georgia, the calculation methodology for the payment of compensations is still being discussed, Deputy Transport Minister Alexander Yurchik told journalists on the sidelines of the Wings of the Future Forum on Thursday.

First charter flight from Istanbul lands in Uzbekistan

Turkish Atlasglobal Airlines’ Airbus-321 made its first charter flight to Uzbekistan on the Istanbul –Bukhara air route, Trend reports citing the press service of Uzbekistan’s State Committee for Tourism.

Turkmenistan Airlines’ air route network to be expanded since middle of December 2019

Turkmenistan’s aviators will lay their new air routes to Southeast Asia and the Arabian Peninsula, as well as resume their flights to Europe.

11 airports of Kazakhstan introduce ‘open sky’ mode

An “open sky” mode has been introduced in the airports of Nur-Sultan, Almaty, Shymkent, Aktau, Karaganda, Ust-Kamenogorsk, Pavlodar, Kokshetau, Taraz, Petropavlovsk and Semey beginning from November 1, Kazinform reports with the reference to the press service of the Industry and Infrastructure Development Ministry.