Kazakhstan's QAZAQ AIR to resume international flights (Exclusive)
BAKU, Azerbaijan, Oct.21
By Nargiz Sadikhova - Trend:
Kazakhstan’s QAZAQ AIR is planning on resuming international flights in 2021, a representative of the company told Trend.
“Within the framework of the task implementation, the company has developed interregional route network over the course of four year that it was operating. The network includes 13 routes, which link 11 cities of Kazakhstan,” the official said.
Thus, during summer of 2019, company has launched a number of flights from Nur-Sultan (Nur-Sultan – Atyrau, Nur-Sultan – Ust-Kamenogorsk) and resumed previously suspended ones (Nur-Sultan – Shymkent, Nur-Sultan – Semey).
“We are considering launching passenger flights on the routes Nur-Sultan – Taldykorgan, Nur-Sultan – Petropavl and other in 2020,” he said.
Furthermore, the company is also planning on resuming international flights in 2021, the official said.
“The company is planning on negotiating code-sharing agreements for the transportation of passengers to flights of large international airlines operating in Kazakhstan following establishment of schedule with airport of Nur-Sultan,” the official said.
He further added, that in the short term, QAZAQ AIR will be focused on achieving targets for the operation of the air fleet, which requires an expansion of the route network and switch to full production capacity.
QAZAQ AIR is Kazakhstan's domestic regional airline. The company was registered in April 2015.
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