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19/05/2017 17:17

Annual number of flights operated in Kyrgyzstan has reached 30,000, Kurmanbek Akyshev, Civil Aviation Agency (CAA) chief said Friday, May 19, during the round table “Air Transport Importance for Economy of Kyrgyzstan”.

According to him, the agency employs 46 experts and is financed from the budget amounting KGS 40.5 million (nearly US $ 596,000) a year.

“Five passenger airlines, one company for cargo transportation, five companies for special works were registered in Kyrgyzstan, and 13 more companies have their licenses suspended. There are 11 airports registered in the country, of these, five are international and six are domestic. The capacities of air traffic increases every year. The annual number of flights reached 30,000. Over three million passengers were transported, the number of cargoes is growing and it has reached over 25,000 metric tons”, he said.

As a result of the audit conducted by the experts of the European Commission in late 2006, the airlines of the Kyrgyz Republicwere included in the blacklist, he said. The main reasons were named weak opportunities for the CAA to perform their certification and supervisory functions. The reasons for the non-fulfillment were named as follows: imperfection of air legislation, weak training of inspectors and insufficient number of them, lack of training with the possibility of sharing international experience, a large turnover of staff due to low wages, he said.

Source - http://akipress.com/





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