Acquaintance with the activity of the participants of the Association "Airports of Ukraine" CA (AAUCA) and providing practical assistance in solving problem issues
At the invitation of the leadership of the Aircraft Academy of the National Aviation University in Kropyvnitsky and the leadership of the Kirovograd region, the delegation of experts of the AAUCA headed by President P. Lypovenko during the period from June 6-7 2018 visited FA NAU, got acquainted with the organization of the educational the process, the state of the facilities and facilities of the academy and the airport, took part in the work of the International Investment Forum "Industrial Day of Kirovograd Region".
P.Lypovenko spoke on the forum and noticed successes in the development of industrial potential, the agrarian sector and transport infrastructure, which are felt by all the inhabitants of the region today.
Also in the speech was a significant contribution to the development and popularization of the region of the leadership of the Aircraft Academy, headed by the rector Sergei Nikolayevich Nedilko, which trains pilots and other aviation specialists for more than 15 countries of the world.
Thanks to the hard work of the entire staff of the academy about Ukraine and its aviation technology (PS, helicopters, unmanned aerial vehicles) know far beyond our country.
The question of the current state and prospects of revival of air transport from the airport of Kropivnitsky was discussed at a meeting with the head of the Kirovohrad Regional Council Alexander A. Chornoivanenko. Since the airport is the property of the entire community of the region, a number of decisions were taken on cooperation and practical assistance of the AAUCA Flight Academy to solve the problem issues that arose at the Kropyvnitsky airport airport in the last 30 years due to the lack of proper attitude and funding from the central authorities management and the region.
We hope that the airport of Kropyvnitsky, as well as other airports in the regions of Ukraine in the near future will resume air transportation.