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Turkmenistan Airlines is the flag carrier of Turkmenistan and offers passenger and cargo services. The scheduled carrier was established in and is currently serving 11 countries with 20 destinations, including: Turkmenistan Airlines has code share agreements with Belavia and S7 Airlines. Turkmenistan Airlines entitles its passengers in Business Class to the Business Class compartment, located in the front part of the plane. Immediately behind the cockpit, is equipped with wide and comfortable arm-chairs, space between which is usually not less than 90 cm, that provides maximum of opportunities for pleasant and comfortable flight.
In some types of aircrafts, arm-chairs are equipped with a foot rest and an adjustable headrest. The State Air company daily transports over three thousand passengers within the bounds of the country. Over half a million people are conveyed annually on international airlines. The complex can withstand passengers per hour.
A new runway with a length of 3, meters long and 65 meters width is equipped with state-of-the-art ground support facilities - light-signal and meteorological systems, which allows servicing aircraft of all types. The cargo terminal with storage facilities is designed to handle , tons of cargo per year. The automated meteorological system, radio engineering, light-signal and ornithological equipment have been installed in the aerodrome.
Turkmenistan Airlines operated the first regular flight from Ashkhabad to Yerevan today. From Armenia the plane will fly to Frankfurt, Germany. Turkmenistan expected to launch the new flights from September 17, however this was postponed until November 2 before a decision was made to cancel the flights for this winter season.
The flag carrier of Turkmenistan intended to perform regular flights on the route Ashgabat-Tbilisi-Ashgabat twice a week on a Boeing aircraft. Turkmenistan Airlines was founded in May , the year after the nation became independent upon the dissolution of the Soviet Union. The airline now operates an all-Boeing fleet apart from one CRJ As well as this aircraft, it currently has seven s, one , four s, five s, four s one inactive and three s.