Daily Archives: 12.11.2019

Uzbekistan Airways split into two companies

Restructuring of Uzbekistan Airways has been completed, within the framework of which two separate joint-stock companies were created, namely Uzbekistan Airways and Uzbekistan Airports, Ferghana writes.

Additional flight to Kazakhstan’s Nur Sultan, Almaty to appear through capital of Qatar

Beibut Atamkulov, Minister of Industry and Infrastructure Development, Kazakhstan, told about new agreements with Qatar Airways, Kazinform reported.

Boeing expects resumption of 737 MAX flights in January 2020

The Boeing Company, USA, expects the resumption of commercial flights of its Boeing 737 MAX airliners in January 2020, their delivery to airlines may begin in December 2019, Boeing stated in its press release published on Monday on the company’s official website.

Kazakh Government tells who buys Almaty International Airport

Beibut Atamkulov, Minister of Industry and Infrastructure Development, Kazakhstan, commented on the information on the sale of the Almaty International Airport, Kazinform reported.

Georgian Airways temporarily stops flights to several destinations

Georgian Airways temporarily stops operating its flights to several destinations or reduces their flight frequency, Georgian Public Television reported.

Passenger traffic increrases at airports in Georgia’s Kutaisi and Batumi, whereas it decreases in Tbilisi

As regards the international airports in Kutaisi and Batumi, Georgia, the number of passengers increased, while at the Tbilisi International Airport, on the contrary, it decreased, the Public Television of Georgia reported.

Malaysia intends to achieve review of U.S. air regulator’s decision on aviation safety rating

The Malaysian Civil Aviation Authority intends to request a second audit from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), which downgraded the country’s aviation safety regulatory rating, Trend reports with reference to TASS, according to a statement released on Tuesday by the CEO of the Malaysian Civil Aviation Authority, Ahmad Ridzvan.

US to introduce restrictions on airlines from Malaysia

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) downgraded the Malaysian Civil Aviation Administration rating, thereby banning Malaysian airlines from expanding their presence in the U.S. aviation services market, according to a regulator’s decision published on Monday, Trend reports citing RIA Novosti.