Daily Archives: 08.11.2019

Somon Air to buy helicopters from Airbus. How much do they cost?

Private Tajik airline named Somon Air wants to buy five helicopters from the Franco-German Airbus Helicopters, which is part of the Airbus Group.

Nine EU countries call for European aviation tax to curb emissions

Nine European Union states have called on the bloc’s incoming executive Commission to introduce an EU-wide tax on aviation so as to charge a polluting industry more for its emissions and put all member states on level pegging, reports Trend referring to Reuters.

Launching direct air service with Azerbaijan is among Lithuania’s priorities

Launching direct air service with Azerbaijan is among Lithuania’s priorities, Lithuanian Ministry of Transport and Communications told Trend.

AZAL President Jahangir Asgarov holds meeting of civil aviation’s flight crew

A traditional general meeting of Azerbaijani civil aviation’s flight crew was held on on November 7, 2019.

Turkish airline stops flights to Georgia

Turkish airline Atlasglobal will stop Tbilisi-Istanbul flights from November 9, Trend reports citing Georgian media outlets.

Reconstruction of airport in Kazakhstan’s Uralsk may be delayed

Construction of the airport building in Uralsk, Kazakhstan, may last another six months, Kazinform reported.

Civil Aviation Academy names the reasons for suspension of license

The Civil Aviation Academy (CAA) responded to statements about a possible suspension of the university’s license, Tengrinews.kz reported with reference to the CAA’s press service.

Civil Aviation Academy in Kazakhstan may be revoked

An unscheduled audit was conducted at the Civil Aviation Academy, Kazakhstan, Tengrinews.kz reported citing the Kazakh Ministry of Education and Science.

Qatar Airways to launch flights to Kazakhstan by yearend

Kazakhstan’s Ministry of Industry and Infrastructure Development is working on attraction of new airline companies to the country in the «open skies» regime.

RYANAIR to connect Georgia’s Kutaisi with France’s Marseille and Italia’s Bologna

Ryanair Airlines, the Ireland’s low-cost air carrier will operate its flights en route Marseille, France – Kutaisi, Georgia and Kutaisi – Bologna, Italy, according to the Georgian Airports Association (GAA).