In the fall of 2005, shareholder tensions and a change of management were caused by shareholder tensions and differences over the fleet and Hub`s strategy. Peter Foster, a former Cathay Pacific Airways executive who led the Philippine Airlines rehabilitation team in 1999 before becoming CEO of Royal Brunei Airlines, was named president of the airline on October 1, 2005. Long-term development plans and management structures have been developed, which have remained broadly unchanged since then. In 2010, 2011 and 2012, the airline was ranked in the top 20 most profitable airlines in terms of net margin in the world, as reported by Airline Business and Air Finance Journal, which, in its survey of global airline financial ratings in 2015, put BBB in 20th place. [Citation required] The Nomad Club`s loyalty program consists of both gold, silver and blue and has mutual agreements with Lufthansa Miles-More`s Asiana Club and Asiana Airlines programs. Air Astana has codeshare agreements with Air France, Asiana Airlines, Austrian Airlines, Air India, Bangkok Airways, Etihad Airways, KLM, Turkish Airlines and Hong Kong Airlines. www.finnair.com/INT/GB/information-services/baggage Tel. 7 (800) 234-49-24 (03:00-21:00, Sa-So 10:00-21:00). www.jetairways.com/EN/IN/Baggage/CabinBaggage.aspx 119049, Rossiya, Moskva, Mytnaya Str. 1, structure1 www.iranair.com/Portal/Home/Default.aspx?CategoryID=35564c00-509a-4442-aad9-2ebd5be13b1b .
Air Astana`s 64 routes include most of Kazakhstan`s major cities and a growing number of neighbouring cities in Central Asia and Russia. The latter is the result of a decision to implement a strategy, called an ”extended home market strategy” by its executives, to use their reputation to meet high standards of service compliance and compliance with aviation safety in the region`s rapidly expanding aviation markets. Since 2009, it has been connecting to Baku, Tashkent, Ermqi, Tbilisi, Dushanbe, Bovsk, Novosibirsk, Samara, Yekaterinburg, St. Petersburg and from mid-2012 – Kazan and Omsk. The Almaty and Nur Sultan lines to Kiev were commissioned in the spring of 2013. International road developments were strongly influenced by regulatory factors between 2009 and April 2014. In April 2009, an audit of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) revealed that the Kazakh Civil Aviation Committee (ACC) was not compliant in key areas of regulatory oversight.