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Air Astana resumes popular routes and increases flight frequencies in Summer schedule

written by Newsdesk | April 12, 2024

Air Astana resumes popular routes and increases flight frequencies in Summer schedule

Air Astana has switched to a Summer flight schedule, resuming popular scheduled and seasonal services and increasing the frequency of flights to several international destinations.

The airline will resume direct international flights from Astana to Seoul and domestic flights from Astana to Kostanai.

Seasonal flights from Astana and Almaty to Montenegro’s capital, Podgorica, will operate three times a week, along with flights at the same frequency from Astana to Georgia’s capital Tbilisi and from Almaty to Heraklion in Crete.

The Summer flight schedule also includes increases in the frequency of flights from Almaty to several destinations.

Flights to Uzbekistan’s capital, Tashkent, will increase to up to 14 times a week; to Kyrgystan’s capital, Bishkek, up to eight times a week; to Tbilisi, up to nine times a week; to Tajikistan’s capital, Dushanbe, up to four times a week; to Azerbaijan’s capital, Baku, up to three times a week; and to Urumqi in western China, up to five times a week.

Flights from Almaty to Seoul will now be operated daily.


The frequency of flights from Astana to Tashkent has also increased to three times a week.

Tickets are available for booking at the official website of the airline, Air Astana sales offices, Information and Reservation Centre, as well as at accredited travel agencies.

Air Astana Group, the largest airline group in Central Asia and the Caucasus regions by revenue and fleet size, operates a fleet of 50 aircraft split between Air Astana, its full-service airline that operated its inaugural flight in 2002, and FlyArystan, its low-cost airline established in 2019.

The Group provides scheduled, point-to-point and transit, short-haul and long-haul air travel and cargo on domestic, regional and international routes across Central Asia, the Caucasus, the Far East, the Middle East, India and Europe.

Air Astana was recognised eleven times in a row as the “Best Airline in Central Asia and CIS” at the Skytrax World Airline Awards and received a five-star rating in the major airline category by the Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX).

The Group is listed on the Kazakhstan Stock Exchange, Astana International Exchange and London Stock Exchange (ticker symbol: AIRA).


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