In a series of recent moves, the airline industry in Kazakhstan has seen a major shakeup – one which could help the country establish itself as a significant staging post for an expanding Asia-Europe aviation business. In a wide-ranging move, the country’s Ministry of Transport and Communications of Kazakhstan has suspended 18 aviation operator licenses across the country and introduced 80 amendments in new legislation to improve safety and operational standards. The Kazakh ...
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