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Airlines

Name: TURKMENISTAN AIRLINES
7JetSet7 Code: TUE
Status: Operational
Region: CIS
City: ASHGABAT
Country: TURKMENISTAN
Employees 9000
Web: turkmenairlines.com
Email: aviahead@online.tm
Telephone: +993 (12) 351 052
Fax: +993 (12) 354 402
Sita: ASBTCT5
Background
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FORMED IN 1991 AND STARTED OPERATIONS IN 1992. NATIONAL CARRIER. DOMESTIC, REGIONAL & INTERNATIONAL, SCHEDULED AND CHARTER, PASSENGER, JET AIRPLANE SERVICES.

ADDRESS:
CHARY NURIMOVA STREET 3A
744000 ASHGABAT, TURKMENISTAN

TURKMENISTAN WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1991. IT COVERS AN AREA OF 488,100 SQ KM. ITS POPULATION IS 4.3 MILLION. THE OFFICIAL LANGUAGE IS TURKMEN. THE CAPITAL CITY IS ASHKHABAD.

MARCH 1993: MAIN BASE AT ASHGABAT A K A ASHKHABAD.

OPERATES UNDER 3 DIVISIONS: AKHAL AIR CO, KHAZAR AIR CO & LEBAP AIR CO.

INTERNATIONAL PASSENGER SERVICES TO LONDON, BEIRUT, DAMASCUS, & TO EUROPE, VIA ANKARA OR ISTANBUL.

1 737-300 (CFM56-3B2) DELIVERY.

JUNE 1993: 1 757-23A (RB211-535E4, 43,000 LB THRUST) (NB143) (AWW) LEASED, VIP MODIFICATION, 1ST 757 IN COMMONWEALTH OF INDEPENDENT STATES (CIS).

JULY 1993: 3 737-300'S, EX-DELTA AIRLINES (DAL).

JUNE 1995: 5 IL-76'S DELIVERIES (PAYMENT FOR NATURAL GAS SUPPLIED TO UZBEKISTAN).

OCTOBER 1995: $123 MILLION, 2 ORDERS 757-200'S (RB211-535E4), 16C, 173Y, FOR ROUTES TO EUROPE, & MIDDLE EAST.

JUNE 1996: 737-300 "C" CHECK AT AEROPLEX, HUNGARY.

VISIT BY SABRE AIRLINE CONSULTING, FOR MAINTENANCE PLANNING, WITH
4 ON-SITE PERSONNEL FOR CUSTOMER SERVICE.

JULY 1996: "C" CHECK ON (PQ265) AT TURKISH AIRLINES (THY).

SEPT 1996: 2 757-200'S (NB161; NB162) DELIVERIES, 189 PAX, 16C, 173Y. GREETED WITH FLOWERS & KISSES. TO BE USED ON ROUTES TO ISTANBUL, LONDON, AND BIRMINGHAM. 737'S USED FOR ABU DHABI, DELHI, KARACHI & ALSO MOSCOW & KIEV, WHICH WERE PREVIOUSLY TU-154 ROUTES.

OCTOBER 1996: PRESIDENTIAL 757 TO ASSOCIATED AIR CENTER, DALLAS, FOR "C" CHECK.

NOVEMBER 1996: NIASBERDY ORAZDURDIEV, FORMER DEPUTY CHIEF ADMINISTRATION TECHNICAL (NCAA) MOVED TO GENERAL MANAGER, AVIACOMPANY AKHAL, REPLACING VLADIMIR MAMAYEV, WHO IS NOW A PILOT (FC). BAIKHAN NEPESOV FORMER DEPUTY MANAGER AT AKHAL, TOOK NIAZBERDY'S JOB. ANATOLY DANILIN IS NIAZBERDY'S DEPUTY MANAGER. ORAZ MEREDOV REPLACED MURAT PIRKULIYEV CHIEF TECHNICAL SUPPLY.

JANUARY 1997: MANAGEMENT & STAFF MOVED TO NEW 7-STOREY HQ IN CENTRAL ASHGABAT, WITH VIEW OF PRESIDENTIAL PALACE.

FEBRUARY 1997: NEW 757 PRESIDENTIAL HANGAR COMPLETED WITH SMALL AVIONICS SHOP BEHIND, FOR LIMITED TEST EQUIPMENT. NEW NAME "TURKMENHOWAYOLLARY" TRANSLATES TO "TURKMENISTAN AIRLINES."
ALSO, USES "TURKMEN AIR."

ISRAELI AIRCRAFT INDUSTRIES (IAI) SENT IN A TEAM TO DO A TECHNICAL SURVEY, SIMILAR TO THE BOEING MAINTENANCE & GROUND OPERATIONS SYSTEMS (MGOS) AUDIT DONE LAST YEAR IN NOVEMBER.

MARCH 1997: 44 LAYOFFS FROM AVIACOMPANY AKHAL.

CHARTER 757 WITH SRI LANKANS TO AMSTERDAM HAD ALL 150 WITH FORGED DOCUMENTS - AIRPLANE CONFISCATED UNTIL SUBSTANTIAL FINES PAID TO EUROPEAN COMMISSION (EC) (NOT THE FIRST TIME THIS HAS HAPPENED).

JUNE 1997: 1 757 WET-LEASED TO ROYAL NEPAL AIRLINES (RNA) FOR 6 MONTHS.

AUGUST 1997: AT AVIACOMPANY AKHAL, VALERIY STENENKOV REPLACED
VLADIMIR PODODZIN MANAGER INSPECTION; AND DMITRIY BOGUSHEVSKIY REPLACED ALEXANDER PODAFA CHIEF ENGINEER.

OCTOBER 1997: POSSIBLE LEASE OF 757 TO AIR MAURITIUS (MAU) WOULD BRING UP EXTENDED TWIN-ENGINE OPERATIONS (ETOPS) MAINTENANCE & ENGINEERING QUALIFICATION (DEPENDS ON ROYAL NEPAL AIRLINES (RNA) LEASE).

6TH ANNIVERSARY OF TURKMENISTAN INDEPENDENCE. AIRLINE TOOK PART IN PARADE.

LAST "C" MAINTENANCE CHECK FOR 737 BY (IST) (PREVIOUSLY DONE BY AEROPLEX, HUNGARY).

DECEMBER 1997: 757 (NB162) RETURNED FROM ROYAL NEPAL AIRLINES (RNA) WET-LEASE. 737-300 "2C" MAINTENANCE CHECK AT ISTANBUL AIRLINES (IST).

JANUARY 1998: TO FRANKFURT (757). PLANS TO CONTINUE LONDON FLIGHTS ONTO USA, IN SUMMER OF 1998.

MARCH 1998: "1C" MAINTENANCE CHECK ON 757 BY MONARCH AIRLINES (MON).

MAY 1998: DURING RECENT VISIT TO USA, PRESIDENT NIAZOV STATED TURKMENISTAN AIRLINES (TUE) WILL BUY +3 737'S, & +1 757 BEFORE 2000.

JUNE 1998: ALL MALE EMPLOYEES OVER 60 AND FEMALES OVER 55 LAID OFF AS PART OF COMPANY'S MANDATORY RETIREMENT AGE.

CLOSES DOWN OPERATING OUT OF SATELLITE BASES AT DOMESTIC AIRPORTS AND NOW ONLY FROM ASHGHABAT.

JULY 1998: LEASES 1 737-300 (PQ265) AND 1 757-200 (NB162) TO AIR ALFA (ALV), FOR SUMMER MONTHS, FOR EUROPEAN CHARTERS.

AUGUST 1998: BAIKHAN NEPESOV GENERAL MANAGER, AKHAL AIR COMPANY, REPLACES N ORAZDURDIYEV.

SEPTEMBER 1998: 757-200 (28337) SUB-LEASE EXTENDED TO AIR ALFA (ALV).

BATIR KAKALIYEV CHIEF ENGINEER OF (NCAA) TO REPLACE BAIKHAN NEPESOV, NOW GENERAL MANAGER, AKHAL CO. VICTOR GAJILIEV MANAGER MECHANICAL ENGINEERING WAS DISMISSED.

OCTOBER 1998: 737 & 757 RETURNED FROM AIR ALFA (ALV). CONSIDERING 3 737-700'S & 1 757.

NOVEMBER 1998: 757 VIP (NB143) TO ASSOCIATED AIR CENTER (AAC) DALLAS, TEXAS, FOR "4C" & "S4C" MAINTENANCE CHECKS.

APRIL 1999: AKHAL DIVISION DOES NOT EXIST ANYMORE.

MAY 1999: BAIKHAN NEPESOV 1ST DEPUTY CHIEF, REPLACES CAPTAIN SCHERBAKOV (NCAA). DOVRAN ANNAYEV GENERAL DIRECTOR, INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (FORMERLY AKHAL COMPANY).

NOVEMBER 1999: 2 757-200'S (NB161; NB162) TO ISRAELI AIRCRAFT INDUSTRIES (IAI) BEDEK FOR "2C" CHECK.

DECEMBER 1999: 1 ORDER (JANUARY 2001) 757-200, FOR $67 MILLION.

FEBRUARY 2000: TO PHASE OUT ITS 12 TU-154'S, OVER 2 YEARS.

MARCH 2000: BAIMURAD BAIRIYEV CHIEF BOEING FLEET, REPLACES BOLIBEK BAIRAMOV.

IN JUNE 2000, AMRITSAR - BIRMINGHAM. IN APRIL 2000, ALL-CARGO SERVICE MADRAS - PISA (IL-76, 2/WEEK).

APRIL 2000: PIRNAZAR MUKHAMOV CHIEF MAINTENANCE (NATHY).

JUNE 2000: SPLITS AIR TERMINAL COMPLEX (FORMERLY AKHAL) INTO 2 DIVISIONS: AIR TERMINAL COMPLEX HEADED BY DOVRAN ANNAYEV, AND CENTER OF FLIGHT TECHNICAL SERVICE, HEADED BY BAIRAM ANNADURDIYEV.

$78 MILLION, 3 ORDERS (FEBRUARY 2001) 717-200'S.

JULY 2000: PLANS SERVICE TO NEW YORK (JFK) BY THE END OF 2000.

OCTOBER 2000: IN NOVEMBER 2000, TO BIRMINGHAM, UK. IN FEBRUARY 2001, TO EXTEND ROUTE TO NEW YORK (JFK), AND TORONTO.

DECEMBER 2000: PROVOKES CONTROVERSY WITH CODE SHARE WITH INDIAN AIRLINES (IND) TO KOCHI, AND AHMEDABAD, ALLEGEDLY EXCEEDING ITS EXISTING CAPACITY ENTITLEMENT AND BY-PASSING THE BILATERAL AGREEMENT PROCESS. CURRENTLY FLIES TO LONDON, MOSCOW, BIRMINGHAM, NEW DELHI, ABU DHABI, ISTANBUL AND KARACHI, WITH PLANS TO ADD NEW YORK AND DHAKA.

JANUARY 2001: TO DHAKA.

$69 MILLION FOR 4TH 757-200. 757-200 VIP IS AT TRAMCO BF GOODRICH (BFG) FOR ITS 8 YEAR LOW UTILIZATION MAINTENANCE PROGRAM (LUMP). 757-22K (30863, EK-AO14) DELIVERY.

FEBRUARY 2001: 717 RECEIVES (CIS)/UKRAINIAN TYPE CERTIFICATION

JUNE 2001: PLANS TO FLY 757-200 EXTENDED TWIN-ENGINE OPERATIONS (ETOPS) LONDON/BIRMINGHAM TO TORONTO.

JULY 2001: 1ST 717-22K (55153, EZ-A101) DELIVERY.

AUGUST 2001: ILYAS BERDIEV (CEO) RETIRES DUE TO HEALTH PROBLEMS, IS REPLACED BY BAIRAM ANNADURDIYEV.

717-22K (55154, EZ-A102) DELIVERY.

SEPTEMBER 2001: CAPTAIN AMAN KAKALIYEV (CEO) FLIGHT TECHNICAL SERVICES.

OCTOBER 2001: 1 717-22K (55155, EZ-A103), DELIVERY.

NOVEMBER 2001: PLANS EXTENDED TWIN-ENGINE OPERATIONS (ETOPS) ROUTE LONDON/BIRMINGHAM - TORONTO.

August 2002: (aviainspec@online.tm). SITA: ASBTCT5.

December 2002: Plans to do "C" check heavy maintenance in Ashgabat for all Boeing (TBC) airplanes. Sending 10 Turkmenistan Airlines (TUE) mechanics (MT) to Istanbul to observe 717-200 "C" check at MNG Cargo Airlines (MHK) facility in January 2003.

May 2003: $78 million, 2 orders (June 2004) 717-200's.

July 2003: An-26 (17311001, EZ-26055) delivery.

August 2003: 1 order 767-32KER (33968, EZ-A700).

April 2004: 717-22K (55195, EZ-A104) delivery.

July 2004: 717-22K (55196, EZ-A105) delivery.

August 2004: Ashkhabad - Beijing (weekly).

October 2004: $80 million 2 orders (August 2005) 717-200's. 767-32KER (33968, EZ-A700) delivery.

August 2005: 2 717-22K's (55186, EZ-A106; 55187, EZ-A107), deliveries. Will also add the former Presidential Flight 757-200 (25345, EZ-A010), following refurbishment by Boeing (TBC) from VIP (32 passengers) to a standard 186 passenger configuration.

December 2006: As the national carrier, Turkmenistan Airlines (TUE) operates international, scheduled, jet airplane flights from Ashgabat to destinations in Asia, the (CIS), and Europe.

(IATA) Code: T5 - 542. (ICAO) Code: TUA (Callsign - TURKMENISTAN).

Parent organization/shareholders: Government owned (100%).

Main Base: Ashkhabad airport (ASB).

International, Scheduled Destinations: Abu Dhabi; Amritsar; Bangkok; Beijing; Birmingham; Delhi; Dubai; Frankfurt; Istanbul; London; & Moscow.

February 2007: 1st 737-82K (36088, EZ-A004), delivery - see photo.

April 2007: 737-82K (36089, EZ-A005), delivery.

May 2007: (MNG) Technic signed an agreement with Turkmenistan Airlines (TUE) to provide base maintenance services and hangar space for the carrier's 757, 737-300 and 717 fleets.

January 2008: Boeing (TBC) kicked off its 2008 sales campaign with one 777 ordered for Turkmenistan Airlines (TUE).

March 2008: $120 million order (paid for in cash thanks to the country's natural gas reserves) for 2 737-900ERs.

Turkmenistan Airlines (TUE) has revised its livery from blue to green

SEE ATTACHED PHOTO - "TUE-737-82K-2009-03."

April 2009: 737-7GL (EZ-A007 - - SEE PHOTO - - "TUE-737-7GL-2009-04"), VIP, delivery.

September 2009: Turkmenistan Airlines (TUE) placed an order for 3 737-700s worth approximately $192 million at list prices. (TUE) currently operates 717s, 737 Classics and NGs, 757s and 1 767. In March 2008, it ordered 2 737-900ERs and 1 737-700, and it signed up for 1 777 2 months earlier. It now has ordered 21 airplanes from Boeing (TBC) in total, with 15 (7 717-200s, 1 737-300, 1 737-700, 2 737-800s, 3 757-200s and 1 767-300ER) delivered.

2 737-7GLs (37235, EX-A009; 37237, EZ-A008), deliveries.

August 2010: 1st 777-22KLR (39548, EZ-A777), delivery,

SEE PHOTO - - "TUE-777-22KLR-2010-08."

March 2012: Turkmenistan Airlines (TUE) has taken delivery of a 1st of 2 CRJ-700s that it will likely use for regional and domestic services.

July 2012: Marana Aerospace Solutions (EVR) has completed heavy maintenance checks on 2 717-200 airplanes for Turkmenistan Airlines (TUE).

October 2012: Turkmenistan Airlines (TUE) has placed an order for a single additional 737-800. It currently already operates 2 of the 737-800s and has another 2 737-800s on order.

June 2013: 737-82K (39775, EZ-A016 - - SEE PHOTO - - "TUE-737-82K - 2013-06"), delivery.

March 2013: Turkmenistan Airlines (TUE) has taken delivery of the 1st of 2 ordered Boeing 777-200LRs.

The flag carrier of Turkmenistan operates scheduled flights on 15 routes in 11 European and Asian countries including Frankfurt, London, Moscow, Beijing, and Istanbul. Its network also includes several domestic flights.

(TUE) carried >3,000 passengers per year on domestic flights and more than half-a-million per year on international routes.

Its fleet includes 7 Boeing 717-200s, 3 737-300s, 4 737-700s, 5 737-800s and 4 757-200s.

February 2015: Turkmenistan Airlines (TUE) has added +2 more non-stop destinations from its Ashgabat (ASB) base. On February 12th, (TUE) began weekly flights on the 5,887 km route to Kuala Lumpur (KUL) using its 777s. No other airline operates this route, which is now (TUE)ís longest, beating Beijing by >900 kms. On February 13th, a weekly flight to Riga (RIX) was added. The 3,281 km route to Latvia will be operated by (TUE)ís 737-800s. Again, there is no competition on the route. In total, (TUE) now operates non-stop to 17 destinations from Ashgabat.

March 2015: FL TECHNICS has a heavy maintenance contract from Turkmenistan Airlines (TUE) for doing "C" checks for 5 737NGs. The 1st 737-800 has reached FLís premises in Vilnius.

July 2015: Central Asian republic Turkmenistan has committed to a major $2.3 billion revamp of Ashgabat International Airport. The new facilities, which will include a new terminal that can handle >1,500 passengers per hour, will be the largest single terminal in Central Asia, according to airport management. It will help serve passengers in 2017 when the country hosts the 5th Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games.

The upgrade will increase airport capacity to 14 million passengers per year.

The extension work, to be carried out by Turkish contractor, Polimeks Insaat, will also see a reconstruction and extension of the existing runway to CAT III 12,400 ft that can handle Airbus A380 and Boeing 747-8 airplanes. Other infrastructure upgrades, including taxiways and ramps, will add +25.1 million sq ft to existing hard standings.

The upgrade will also include a new cargo terminal, a separate (VIP) terminal, a 3-airplane capacity (MRO) hangar, new fuel supply facilities and a civil aviation school.

The designers have upgraded the facilities to offer >40 docking bays and taxiways, all equipped with state-of-the art equipment, allowing aircraft handling to (IATA) Class A standards.

August 2015: Ukrainian aviation authorities have banned Turkmenistan Airlines (TUE) Ashgabat - Kiev flights from August 16. Despite an agreement between the 2 countries at the end of May, Turkmenistan authorities have not yet given permission for Ukraine International Airlines (UKR) to operate flights on the route.

Earlier this year, the same dispute erupted between Ukraine and Belarus authorities when Minsk-based Belavia (BLV) said it had been forced to cease or reduce the number of Minsk - Kiev flights, pending permission from the Ukrainian aviation authorities. However, the sides later agreed on 14x-weekly services.

August 2015: The State Aviation Administration of Ukraine (SAAU) has barred Turkmenistan Airlines ((IATA) Code: T5, based at Ashgabat) (TUE) from plying flights between Turkmenistan and Ukraine with effect from August 16.

The (SAAU) said that while it had allocated (TUE), the Turkmenistani carrier traffic rights to serve Ukraine as per a May 27 cooperation, Ashgabat had failed to reciprocate in kind, leading to the revocation of Turkmenistan Airlines (TUE)'s rights.

"(TUE) as the Turkmenistani airline operates on the Kiev - Ashgabat route unopposed, which is contrary to Paragraph 1 of Article 11 of the agreement between the governments of Ukraine and Turkmenistan on cooperation in the field of air service, the (SAAU) is forced to resort to measures of control and, exercising its right, from August 16, 2015, to cancel permits for Kiev - Ashgabat flights issued to Turkmenistan Airlines (TUE)," it said.

This is Ukraine's third such dispute with a fellow former Soviet state, following those with Belarus (subsequently resolved) and Uzbekistan (still outstanding).

"The State hopes to resolve the conflict and to allow airlines of both parties to carry out regular services between states," the (SAAU) said in a communique.

Earlier this year, Ukraine International Airlines (UKR) majority shareholder Aron Mayberg told the Interfax news agency in an interview that Turkmenistan's unwillingness to allow (UKR) to serve the country stemmed from concerns they would undercut the Turkmen national carrier.

(TUE) currently operates 25 airplanes to 12 countries, to 20 destinations on 20 routes and 44 daily flights.

August 2016: 737-82K (61573, EZ-AO18) delivery.

September 2016: Turkmenistan Airlines (TUE) has settled its debt to Russiaís air traffic management, Russiaís Federal Air Transport Agency, Rosaviatsia, said.

Authorities said they would ban (TUE) from Russian airspace on September 19 because of a $220,000 debt for air traffic management (ATM) service.

(TUE), the Ashgabat-based carrier operates flights to Moscow and St Petersburg, and routes to Minsk, Birmingham and London that pass through Russian airspace.

Turkmenistan Airlines (TUE)ís fleet includes Boeing 777s, 767s, 757s and 737s.

February 2017: 737-82K (61574, EZ-AO19) delivery.

Fleet:
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TUE-737-800 EZ-A004
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TUE-757-200
TUE-757-DEC08
TUE-777-2010-08
TUE-777-22KLR-2010-08

June 2017:

7 717-22K (BR715A) (5075; 5088; 5091) (5072-55153, /01 EZ-A101; 5078-55154, /01 EZ-A102; 5086-55155, /01 EZ-A103; 5130-55195, EZ-A104 2004-04; 5133-55196, EZ-A105, 2004-07; 5146-55186, EZ-A106; 5147-55187, EZ-A107). 1 APL IS GROUNDED 2007-03. 120Y.

2 737-332 (CFM56-3C1) (2439-25994, /93 EZ-A002; 2455-25995, /93 EZ-A003), EX-(DAL), 12C, 106Y.

1 737-341 (CFM56-3B2) (2305-26855, /92 EZ-A001), EX-(VAR), 12C, 106Y.

1 737-7GL (CFM56-7B22) (2966-37236, /09 EZ-A006 - - SEE PHOTO - - "TUE-737-7GL-2009-04"), WITH WINGLETS. VIP.

2 737-7GL (CFM56-7B22) (2988-37237, /09 EZ-A008; 2993-37235, /09 EZ-A009, 2009-09), WITH WINGLETS. 149Y.

1 737-700 (CFM56-7B).

2 737-800 (CFM56-7B), 16C, 144Y.

4 737-82K (CFM56-7B26) (2181-36088, /07 EZ-A004 - SEE PHOTO; 2233-36089, /07 EZ-A005 - - SEE PHOTO - "TUE-737-82K-2008-03;" 39775, EZ-A016, 2013-06 - - SEE PHOTO - - "TUE-737-82K - 2013-06;" 61573, EZ-A018, 2016-08), 61574, EZ-A019, 20176-02), WITH WINGLETS. 16C, 144Y.

2 ORDERS 737-900ER (CFM56-7B):

2 757-22K (RB211-535E4) (725-28336, /96 EZ-A011; 726-28337 /96 EZ-A012), ALL (ETOPS) EQ'PD. 16C, 173Y.

1 757-22K (RB211-535E4) (952-30863, /00 EZ-A014), 16C, 173Y.

1 757-23A (RB211-535E4) (412-25345, /92 EZ-A010 - - SEE ATTACHED PHOTO - "TUE-757-2008-12"), VIP CONV BY (TBC) TO STANDARD. GOVT OPS. 16C, 173Y.

1 767-32KER (CF6-80C2B7F) (926-33968, /04 EZ-A700), THIS APL IS GROUNDED 2007-03. VIP.

1 +1 ORDER 777-200LR (GE90-110B1), 2014-03.

1 777-22KLR (GE90-110B1) (889-39548, /10 EZ-A777 - - SEE PHOTO - - "TUE-777-22KLR-2010-08"), 2010-08.

1 B AE 125-1000B (PW305B) (259029, /92 EZ-B021), VIP 5 PAX.

1 +1 ORDER CRJ-700, 2012-03.

111 AN-2, 91 GROUNDED, CROP DUSTERS.

15 AN-24, 16 GROUNDED. 48Y.

7 AN-24RV (AI-24T), 48Y.

5 AN-26 (AI-24VT) (17311001, /03 EZ-260553), 4 GROUNDED, CARGO CONFIG.

4 IL-76TD (D-30KP-2) (1023498978, EZ-F421; 33416525, EZ-F424; 23410336, EZ-F425), 4 GROUNDED, 1 F SVC MADRAS - PISA 2000-04, FREIGHTER.

1 MIL MI-6, HELICOPTER.

27 MIL MI-8, 21 GRD, HELICOPTERS.

0 TU-154B (NK-8-2U), 12 GROUNDED, 152Y, EVENTUALLY REPLACE WITH 757.

10 YAK-40 (AI-20), 5 GROUNDED, 36Y.

4 YAK-42D (D-36), 4 GROUNDED, 120Y.

2 SIKORSKY HELICOPTERS, VIP, 1 GROUNDED.

Management:
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ALEKSI BONDAREV, GENERAL DIRECTOR.

SAPARMURAT TURKMENBASHY, PRESIDENT (TURKMENISTAN).

BAYMUNAD BAYRYEV, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER (CEO).

BAYRAMMURAD BURTGETDYEV, FIRST DEPUTY CHIEF EXECUTIVE.

CAPTAIN AMAN KAKALIYEV, CEO FLIGHT TECHNICAL SERVICES (2001-09).

DOVRAN ANNAYEV, GENERAL DIRECTOR AIR TERMINAL COMPLEX (2000-06)

OLEG B BOSHKO, DEPUTY VICE PRESIDENT TECHNICAL.

NIYAZ ORAZDURDIYEV, CHIEF ENGINEER - NATHY.

PIRNAZAR MUKHAMOV, CHIEF 717 LINE MAINTENANCE (ASBTCT5) (2001-08).

ORAZ MEREDOV, CHIEF TECHNICAL SUPPLY (1996-10).

VLADIMIR TURIN, CHIEF AVIATION INSPECTION (ASBTCT5).

BAIKHAN NEPESOV, GENERAL MANAGER (ASBTCT5) (1998-08).

DMITRIY BOGUSHEVSKIY, CHIEF ENGINEER MAINTENANCE BASE (1997-08).

ALEXANDER AMBARTSUMOV, CHIEF MAINTENANCE & ENGINEERING (ASBWWT5) (ASBTCT5) (T: 993-12) 351-052) (1997-02).

VICTOR CAJILIEV, CHIEF MAINTENANCE (T: 993-12) 351-0522).

BAIMURAD BAIRIYEV, CHIEF BOEING FLEET (2000-02).

VALERIY STEBENKOV, MANAGER INSPECTION (1997-08).

GELDY KHYDYROV, DEPUTY CHIEF ENGINEER (2000-09).

 
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