New charter airline enters Kazakh market
Azerbaijan, Baku, June 6 / Trend E. Kosolapova/
New domestic charter airline LUK AERO enters the Kazakh market, the company's deputy head Ilia Li told journalists in Almaty on Thursday, Novosti-Kazakhstan reported.
The new airline will make flights to Turkey and the Greek island of Crete from June 15.
According to Li, initially the airline plans to make flights from three Kazakh cities: Almaty, Astana and Karaganda.
The airline has two aircrafts Airbus-320 at the moment and plans to replenish its fleet in the future.
According to Li, the air company uses comfortable aircrafts and provides high services on board, so the tickets prices will be $20-30 higher than other companies offer.
The company plans to carry about 10,000 passengers during this summer season. In winter LUK AERO plans to launch direct charter flights to such countries like UAE, Thailand, India, China and Vietnam.