Kazakhstan’s Uralsk airport to resume operation in late November
Baku, Azerbaijan, Oct. 3
By Elena Kosolapova - Trend:
Kazakhstan's Uralsk airport plans to resume flights by the end of November, said the head of West Kazakhstan region Nurlan Nogayev, Kazinform reported.
Nogayev made the remarks at a press briefing in the office of the Central Communications Service on Oct. 3.
"The airport is closed since September 1. The deadline for the repair work is November 15, and we will resume operation by the end of November," he said.
The runway of the Uralsk airport will be one of the best in the country after the repair, according to the head of the region.
"This will be a concrete runway... The pace of workwork, and the weather conditions allow to complete the work within the defined terms," Nogayev said.
Kazakhstan has 18 airports of national and regional significance, 16 of them are allowed to serve international flights, and 12 meet the requirements of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).
Kazakhstan implements the program on reconstruction of all the airports.
Edited by T.T.