The first flight from the Ukrainian capital after resumption of flights was operated on 19 August.
The carrier announced that the flights are lossmaking because of the need to bypass the territory of the Russian Federation.
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The first 10 train drivers will learn operation and maintenance of the locomotives
Interview with the managing director of Alstom in Western and Central Asia, Bernard Peille, about the prospects for the French company to enter the Ukrainian market.
Ukrzaliznytsia is currently discussing such a possibility with their Kazakh and Belarusian counterparts
Khorgos Dry Port processes 5-6 trains per day.
The flights will be operated on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays.
The joint venture will be set for development of the Trans-Caspian International Transport Route
Ukraine’s process of joining the route took almost one year
The new terminal will be constructed in Bandar Abbas
The Ukrainian aviators have been unable to finish the promised An-74 despite the terms of the contract
The flights will be operated three times a week using Embraer 190 airplanes.
A new ferry complex that will improve opportunities for transit of cargo through the Caspian Sea is being built in the port of Kuryk in Kazakhstan.
The National Chamber of Entrepreneurs of Kazakhstan’s deputy head Dana Zhunusova has called for delivery of Ukrainian goods through an alternative route because of the Russian sanctions on Ukrainian transit goods.
The Kazakh airline, Air Astana, will increase the frequency of flights on the Kyiv-Almaty route to seven per week from 18 July.
The Motor Sich company is preparing to sell a license for modernization of the Mi-8 and Mi-2 multipurpose helicopters and a license for overhaul of Mi-8 helicopter engines to Kazakhstan.
Lithuania has asked Kazakhstan to reduce the duration of its customs procedures, as a result of which container trains traveling from China to Lithuania idle for long periods on the border.
The main routes for delivery of goods to Kazakhstan will be redirected because of the extension of Russian sanctions on goods from Turkey and Ukraine, the press service of the Atameken National Chamber of Entrepreneurs announced in a statement.
The first convoy of eight Ukrainian trucks departed for Kazakhstan through Russia on Tuesday, 19 January, Deputy Minister of Economic Development and Trade/Ukraine’s trade representative Natalia Mykolska announced this.