How long will we still disgrace our old planes in front of other countries? – Member of the Parliament of Kyrgyzstan

“How long will we fly on old airplanes?” asked a PM Adyl Zhunus uulu today, January 14, 2020, during a meeting of the Committee on Transport, Communications, Architecture and Construction of the Kyrgyz Parliament.

“How long will we still disgrace our old planes in front of other countries? Is it really impossible to pledge the airport and buy new planes?” he asked.

The PM said that Kyrgyzstan couldn’t leave the EU’s “black list” because of this.

Vice Prime Minister Kubatbek Boronov said that in 2019 Kyrgyzstan did not manage to get out of the “black list”, but work continues.

The deputy suggested that in 2020 the country will not be able to withdraw from this list, and maybe even vice versa, will be included in other “black lists”.

He advised that all old planes be closed and banned from flying on them until they purchased new ones.

“So many jeeps are driving around in the streets of Bishkek, but why can’t we, as a country, buy a couple of new planes?” he asked.

Whether passenger traffic is being kept, asked today, January 14, 2020, Kyrgyz Deputy Kaldarbek Baimuratov during a meeting of the Parliamentary Committee on Transport, Communications, Architecture and Construction.

He said that the government intends to open a number of new routes, but whether there will be demand.

“Have you studied this issue or will empty planes just fly?” He asked.

Deputy Minister of Transport and Roads Jenishbek Nogoibev said that the issue has been studied.

“Some flights may have little demand, but this is only the beginning,” he said.

At that moment, information was heard on the implementation of the Law of the Kyrgyz Republic “On Amendments to the Air Code of the Kyrgyz Republic” dated January 11, 2019 (on the implementation of the Open Skies project).

Source – http://www.tazabek.kg/

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