Daily Archives: 13.01.2020

Dushanbe International Airport served 1.4222 million passengers in 2019

The Dushanbe International Airport, Tajikistan served 1,422,204 passengers in 2019 (Jan – Dec period), or by 81.5 thousand more than in 2018, the airport informed.

Turkmenistan Airlines to suspend flights to the UAE following the airplane crash in Iran

Turkmenistan Airlines are scheduled to temporarily suspend the flights over the territory of Iran, according to the website of Orient. In this connection, from 10 January, 2020 the air carrier has temporarily suspended its scheduled flights bound to Abu-Dhabi and from 13 January – to Dubai.

Customs officers extort bribes from passengers departing from Ashgabat airport

Some groceries are barred from being exported at Ashgabat airport but Turkmen residents travelling overseas told correspondents of “Chronicles of Turkmenistan” that the ban can be easily lifted by paying a customs officer.

Qatar Airways to start flying to Kazakhstan

Qatar Airways will begin flying to Kazakhstan, the Kazakh Civil Aviation Committee (CAC) reported, Kazinform News Agency reported.

Georgian Civil Aviation Agency calls on Georgian airlines to refrain from using Iranian, Iraqi airspace

Georgian Civil Aviation Agency (GCAA) calls on Georgian airlines to refrain from using the airspace of Iran and Iraq, Trend reports citing the GCAA.

Delayed Buta Airways flight flew to Ukraine’s Lviv

The Baku, Azerbaijan – Lviv, Ukraine delayed flight operated by Buta Airways, Azerbaijan departed from Baku at 10:45 am, Buta Airways reported Trend on Monday.

Over 20 flights canceled at Dubai International Airport due to flooding

The administration of Dubai International Airport announced on Sunday the cancellation of 22 flights due to heavy rains, which caused flooding of several runways. This was reported by the Gulf News newspaper.

UIA comments on Iran’s statement on Boeing air crash

Ukraine International Airlines did not doubt the crew’s innocence of the crash of a Boeing 737 in Iran, the air company’s president, Eugene Dykhne said, Trend reported with reference to RIA Novosti.

US aviation authorities offer to recover another $ 5.4 million from Boeing

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) proposed recovering US $ 5.4 million from The Boeing Co. for allegedly installing low-quality parts for 178 737 MAXs, which the air companies presented as ready for certification, the organization’s website said in its statement, Trend reports citing RIA Novosti, Russia.

German company receives permission to fly to Georgian resorts

One of the largest helicopter companies in Germany, HTM Helicopter Travel Munich GmbH, has received permission to fly to the Georgian resorts of Gudauri and Mestia, Trend reports citing Georgian media.