Kyrgyzaeronavigatsia

State Enterprise "Kyrgyzaeronavigatsia" is the State Enterprise for Air Traffic Service and Air Space Use of the Kyrgyz Republic.

The history of the first steps of the enterprise is begun from the Regulation of the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic dated October 18, 1997 No 610 “On differentiation of government regulation and economic activity in civil aviation of the Kyrgyz Republic” mentions about the foundation of State Enterprise "Kyrgyzaeronavigatsia" under the Ministry of Transport and Communications of the Kyrgyz Republic for controlling  the using of airspace and air traffic control with the property complex is necessary for the implementation of its functions, with giving the status of the legal entity.

In accordance with the Charter, approved by the Order of the Ministry of Transport and Communications of the Kyrgyz Republic № 84 dated March 9, 2004, SE "Kyrgyzaeronavigatsia" is entered into the structure of the Ministry of Transport and Communications of the Kyrgyz Republic (MOTC KR). The Supreme governing body of the Enterprise is the Ministry of Transport and Communications of the Kyrgyz Republic.

SE "Kyrgyzaeronavigatsia" consists of:

  • Headquarter located at the airport "Manas";
  • Osh branch located at the airport “Osh”.

The each of them has production assets, buildings and equipment, which includes Air Traffic Control Centers (ATC) of main and ascribed branches.

SE "Kyrgyzaeronavigatsia" is a member of several international organizations:

  • Coordination Council "EURASIA";
  • International Aero Navigation Service "Vostok".

SE “Kyrgyzaeronavigatsia” is cooperated with the international organizations of civil aviation as ICAO, IAC, ЕUROCONTROL, IATA as well as WMO.

List of countries with which the Kyrgyz Government signed Intergovernmental agreements on air services (link http://www.caa.kg/):

  1. Republic of Ukraine - signed in Bishkek on February 23, 1993.
  2. The Islamic Republic of Iran - signed in Tehran on June 22, 1993.
  3. India - signed in Bishkek on September 8, 1993.
  4. The Islamic Republic of Pakistan - signed in Bishkek on October 14, 1993.
  5. Mongolia - signed in Bishkek on December 4, 1999.
  6. Republic of Turkmenistan - signed in Ashgabat on December 24, 1993.
  7. The Republic of Kazakhstan – signed in Almaty on February 18, 1994.
  8. The Republic of Turkey - signed in Ankara on October 14, 1994.
  9. Russian Federation - signed in Moscow on  March 28, 1996.
  10. United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland - signed in London on December 8, 1994.
  11. The Republic of Indonesia - signed in Jakarta on July 18, 1995.
  12. Peoples Republic of China - signed in Bishkek on July 4, 1996.
  13. The Republic of Uzbekistan - signed in Bishkek on September 4, 1996.
  14. Georgia - signed in Tbilisi on April 22, 1997.
  15. The Federal Republic of Germany - signed in Bishkek on May 13, 1997.
  16. Austria - signed in Vienna on March 17, 1998.
  17. Hong Kong (China) - signed in Hong Kong on July 15, 1999.
  18. Republic of Belarus - signed in Minsk on February 2, 2000.
  19. The Kingdom of Thailand - signed in Bishkek on July 2, 2001.
  20. Malaysia - signed in Kuala Lumpur on November 17, 2000.
  21. Armenia - signed in Bishkek on April 4, 2002.
  22. Switzerland - signed in Bishkek on 25 October 2002.
  23. Hellenic Republic - signed in Athens on November 1, 2004.
  24. Czech Republic - signed in Prague on April 29, 2004.
  25. Republic of Tajikistan - signed in Dushanbe on May 26, 2004.
  26. Republic of Korea - signed in Seoul on July 11, 2006.
  27. European Community - signed in Brussels on July 1, 2007.
  28. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia – signed in Riyadh on December 12, 2014.
  29. United Arab Emirates – signed in Dubai on December 7, 2014.