Category Archives: Kazakhstan

Passenger flow of Kazakhstan airports increased by 13% in 2019

In 2019, the airports of Kazakhstan served 17 million people, Interfax reported with reference to the data of the Ministry of Industry and Infrastructure Development, Kazakhstan.

What violations revealed in Bek Air’s operations?

After the flight crash of the Bek Air’s plane on December 27, 2019, the Aviation Administration of Kazakhstan (AAK) JSC suspended the operator’s certificate and certificates of airworthiness from this air company.

Several flights are delayed in Nur Sultan’s airport

Several flights have been delayed at the Nursultan Nazarbayev International Airport, Kazinform reported.

Kazakh Bek Air temporarily suspends ticket refunding

Kazakhstan’s Bek Air airline company the plane of which has crashed near Almaty International Airport has cancelled all flights up until Jan. 24, 2020 inclusive, Trend reports with reference to the company.

International Air Transport Association recalls Kazakh Bek Air’s designator code

International Air Transport Association (IATA) has recalled the Designator Code of Kazakhstan’s Bek Air airline company the plane of which crashed near Almaty International Airport, Trend reports with reference to Bek Air.

Kazakh Bek Air to appeal against Air Operator Certificate suspension in court

Kazakhstan’s Bek Air airline company the plane of which crashed near Almaty International Airport will appeal against the suspension of its Air Operator Certificate in court, Trend reports with reference to the company.

Kazakhstan’s Aviation Administration makes statement on Bek Air’s appeal

The Aviation Administration of Kazakhstan has declared the reasons given in Bek Air appeal to Kazakhstan’s Ministry of Industry and Infrastructural Development to be unreasonable, Trend reports with reference to Kazakhstan’s Civil Aviation Committee.

North Kazakhstan region intends to launch daily flights to Almaty

In the North Kazakhstan region last year, about 39 thousand people used the air transportation services, Kazinform reported.

16 flights delayed at Nur Sultan Airport due to bad weather

Due to bad weather conditions, namely a severe snowstorm, as well as the inability to treat aircraft with anti-icing liquid for flight safety, a number of flights to / from Nursultan Nazarbayev International Airport are delayed, Kazinform reported with reference to the Civil Aviation Committee (CAC), Kazakhstan.

FlyArystan announces 2019 operation results

During its operating activities from May 1 through December 31, 2019, FlyArystan Airlines, Kazakhstan made 4,000 flights and carried 700,581 passengers. Over the course of eight months, FlyArystan’s carrying capacity came to 94%, with a timely completion of flights amounting 90%.