11 April 2008
On 24-25 April 2008, the Organizing Committee of the
Annual Eurasian Media Forum will open doors to its participants who are
international and regional journalists, outstanding political figures of
the East and the West, representatives of authoritative international
organizations, leaders of the global media community, experts and
businessmen. This event is sponsored by Air Astana.
Bella Tormysheva, Air Astana’s PR Director, says: “Air Astana airline,
being a national air carrier, takes an active participation in
social-political life of the state and supports such significant events
as the Eurasian Media Forum. By doing so we contribute not only to
facilitation of a free and open dialogue between politicians,
journalists and experts on global issues of the modern development, as
well as the influence of mass media upon these issues, but we also do
contribute to the development of international co-operation between
countries and establishment of business and cultural relations”.
Over 500 representatives of media organizations will participate in
discussion at one of the year’s significant media events in Eurasia. The
most discussed issues of both this decade and those of the last year
will be on the agenda. In particular, the following issues will be
Participants of the Forum are expected to discuss the
issues of instability of the world’s financial system that resulted in
the fall of United States dollar and the downturn experienced on stock
markets by focusing on the highlight of these issues in the mass media.
“Air Astana” is a full member of IATA and the only airline in Kazakhstan
certified for aircrafts maintenance to European EASA/Part 145
“Air Astana” JSC is a joint enterprise of the Kazakhstan State Holding
“Samruk” and British company "BAE Systems" with share-holdings of 51%
and 49% respectively.
Currently the “Air Astana” aircraft fleet consists of western aircrafts
such as Boeing B767-300, В757-200, Airbus А321, А320, and Fokker F50.
For additional information, please contact:
Phone: + 7 (727) 2584135 (ext. 161)