Other News for Samarkand

  • AeroSvit enters co-operation deal with Sweden's SkyWays


    <p>Ukrainian flag carrier AeroSvit has concluded a package of agreements with Swedish regional operator Skyways to fuel...


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  • AeroSvit enters co-operation deal with Sweden's SkyWays

    News | 05 Jul 2011 15:22 | Tom Zaitsev

    <p>Ukrainian flag carrier AeroSvit has concluded a package of agreements with Swedish regional operator Skyways to fuel passenger traffic into its growing route...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/AeroSvit-enters-co-operation-deal-with-Swedens-SkyWays-359150/
  • An-148s head off for hot-and-high flight trials

    News | 01 Aug 2005 23:00

    <P>The two Antonov An-148 prototypes have flown to Karshi airport near Samarkand in Uzbekistan to undertake hot-and-high flight testing. Some flights will also be operated from a mountain airfield in Armenia. The aircraft have completed around 160 flights since testing began last December. Antonov says the prototypes are performing better than expected and it may be able to complete the programme with fewer than the planned 600 sorties. CIS certification is targeted for March. The third An-148 is set for ground fatigue testing, while the fourth is set for delivery to launch customer KrasAir in June 2006.</P>http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/An-148s-head-off-for-hot-and-high-flight-trials-200632/
  • Airports

    News | 25 Aug 1998 23:00

    <p> The Japanese Transport Ministry is to reduce landing and control tower service charges at domestic airports from fiscal year 1999. Landing fees will be slashed by one-third, while fees for control tower services and other facilities will also be lowered in an attempt to invigorate domestic air routes. The reductions will apply to 20 airports under central government administration, including Shin-Chitose, Sendai and Fukuoka. The fees at the four international hub airports, Narita, Haneda, Kansai and Itami, are unchanged. The ministry is also to urge local governments to lower fees at 56 other airports under their management. </p> <p> Uzbekistan has selected a Marubeni-led group to upgrade airports at Samarkand, Bukhara and Urgench. Work to upgrade control towers, passenger terminals, radar facilities and other facilities starts in October. Completion is set for mid-2000. A Japanese consortium is already involved in extending the runways. </p> <p> Work on building a new terminal ahttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Airports-41192/