Azerbaijan: Aliyev approves funding for Zire-Turkan highway’s construction

Azerbaijan’s President Ilham Aliyev has signed an order to provide funding for the construction of Zire-Turkan highway.

Under the presidential order, 3 million manats is allocated from the Presidential Contingency Fund for the construction of the highway, which connects two residential areas with the total population of 24,000 people. (Trend/Business World Magazine)

Kazakhstan: PM surveys reconstruction of an airport in NKO

Prime Minister of Kazakhstan Bakytzhan Sagintayev visited North Kazakhstan region. While in the region, the premier surveyed the progress of reconstruction and familiarized with the prospects of development of transit potential of the Petropavlovsk International Airport. Vice governor of North Kazakhstan region Anton Fedyayev briefed Prime Minister Sagintayev on reconstruction of the terminal and landing…

Ukraine: Boryspil Airport resumes talks with Ryanair in new format

Boryspil International Airport is resuming negotiations with the Irish low-cost airline Ryanair in a new format, the airport’s director general, Pavlo Riabikin, has reported on Facebook. “I have met with representatives of the country’s leading television media. Such interaction with journalists helped deeply consider urgent issues without unnecessary emotions. I’m confident that we managed to…

Ukraine: Boryspil airport provides discounts only to UIA in 2013-2016

The state-owned enterprise Boryspil International Airport in 2013-2016 provided discounts to the airport fees only to the private joint-stock company Ukraine International Airlines (UIA, Kyiv), according to recommendations of the Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine dated June 14 and published recently. “The discounts were not provided to other airlines,” the committee said. The committee said that…

Latvia: throughput of port Riga down in H1 2017

In January-June the Freeport of Riga handled 17,512,200 tons of cargo, down by 4.1% YoY. Coal transshipment climbed by 7.4%, to 6,398,600 tons, wood pellets by 13.4%, 353,000 tons, oil products dropped by 31.8%, to 3,270,400 tons, ore by 9.2%, to 165,400 tons. The port’s container throughput grew by 14%, to 208,107 TEUs. Passenger turnover…