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The Worldwide Air Cargo Association (TIACA) signed 10 Memorandum’s of Understanding all over the first TIACA Event Central Asia aimed at supporting Kazakhstan on their route to turning accurate into a world air cargo hub.


The principle aim of the MoUs is to give a draw shut to Kazakhstan as it develops its transit likely and commits to supporting the pursuits within the worldwide market.

MoU’s were signed with the next firms within Kazakhstan:

  • Aktau Worldwide Airport JSC;
  • Aliya Moldagulova Worldwide Airport JSC;
  • JSC “Nursultan Nazarbayev Worldwide Airport”;
  • Sary-Arka Airport JSC;
  • Oral Worldwide Airport LLP;
  • SCAT Airlines JSC;
  • Almaty Worldwide Airport;
  • Turkistan Worldwide Airport;
  • Shymkent Worldwide Airport
  • Civil Aviation Association of Kazakhstan

“We’re proud to give a draw shut to the enlargement of Kazakhstan as an air cargo hub as it is inline with our mission and vision for the commerce by selling and encouraging industry thru connectivity. We not fully support investment in identified cargo hubs nonetheless also budding cargo hubs admire Kazakhstan. We watch forward to working with these organizations as they grow their cargo skill and companies.” stated Steven Polmans, TIACA Chair

“The alternatives that had been mentioned all over this tournament underline the importance of the role that Kazakhstan will play going forward within the realm air cargo community. We welcome the cooperation with TIACA as we work in direction of building Kazakhstan as an air cargo hub.” stated Catalin Radu, Licensed Director, Aviation Administration of Kazakhstan


“This first TIACA tournament in Central Asia showed us, besides to the attendees, the focal level and pressure of the air cargo commerce within this space. We’re angry to work together to give a draw shut to their collective vision for development and financial prosperity, whilst guaranteeing the main commerce priorities of security, security and compliance are basically at the center of that development.” stated Glyn Hughes, Director Licensed, TIACA.