Daily Archives: 27.11.2019

Tajik Air resumes its flights to India’s New Delhi, Somon Air to fly there from December 1st

The Tajikistan’s national airline named Tajik Air has resumed its flights en route Dushanbe, Tajikistan – New Delhi, India – Dushanbe.

Uzbekistan Airways explains high prices of airline tickets by importing jet fuel from abroad

At least, 30 – 40% of the air ticket cost for Uzbekistan Airways flights forms from the price of jet fuel. For this reason, air tickets are sold at a high price, representatives of the Uzbek Ministry of Transport said in an interview with UzA.

AAK to cooperate with aviation authorities of Aruba and Bermuda

The Aviation Administration of Kazakhstan has signed an agreement with the Ministry of Transport, Communications and Primary Sector of Aruba and with the aviation authorities of Bermuda, Kazinform has learnt from the AAK.

EAEU develops approaches for fair competition in air transport

On November 26, 2019, the Board of the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) recommended that the EAEU member states to ensure the simultaneous implementation of a package of measures aimed at expanding air traffic and ensuring fair and fair competition in the phased formation of a common market for air transport services of the Eurasian Economic Union by 2025.

Russia, Georgia may resume flights in 2020

The ban on Russia – Georgia air traffic can be lifted in the first half of 2020, Izvestia, Russia, writes with reference to an informed government source.

U.S. flight controller bans Boeing from issuing airworthiness certificates for 737 MAX airliners

The United States’ Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has stated that it will be the sole authority to issue certificates of airworthiness for Boeing 737 MAX airliners, which were suspended after two air crashes, Reuters reported on Tuesday with reference to a letter sent by the FAA to The Boeing Company, Trend reports with reference to TASS.

IAC recommends weighing the risks when admitting inexperienced pilots to control Boeing aircraft

The Interstate Aviation Committee prepared its recommendations, as a result of the investigation into the crash of a Flydubai’s Boeing 737-800 passenger plane at Rostov-On-Don Airport, Russia, on March 19, 2016 and advises airlines to weigh risks when inexperienced pilots are allowed to fly this type of aircraft. This is stated in the IAC’s final report, published on the IAC website.

Which planes do the citizens of Kazakhstan fly on?

Many residents of Kazakhstan are thinking about which planes they will fly on a foreign trip or to another city in the country. In social networks, the quality and models of liners are often discussed. Tengri Travel, together with Aviata.kz, an airline and train ticket service, will tell you which planes are available in the air fleets of Kazakhstan airlines.