Kazakh airline Qazaq Air gets permission to fly to Kyrgyzstan
Baku, Azerbaijan, Mar. 5
By Rashid Shirinov – Trend:
Kazakh airline Qazaq Air has received a permit and a certificate for the operation of international routes, Trend reports via Kazakh media.
The Civil Aviation Committee informed that Qazaq Air plans to fly to Kyrgyzstan, Russia and Georgia, in particular, to operate the routes Almaty–Bishkek–Almaty, Almaty–Osh–Almaty, Atyrau–Astrakhan–Atyrau, Atyrau–Mineralnye Vody–Atyrau, Atyrau–Tbilisi–Atyrau, Aktau–Tbilisi–Aktau, Aktau–Grozny–Aktau and Oskemen–Novosibirsk–Oskemen.
"The summer flight schedule of the airline envisages the start of regular passenger air service in the directions of Almaty-Bishkek, Atyrau-Astrakhan and Almaty–Osh. On March 21, the first Almaty–Bishkek flight will be operated, and in the future flights to the capital of Kyrgyzstan will be operated twice a week," the Committee noted.
The increase in flights and the expansion of flight geography will further strengthen trade and economic cooperation between countries, as well as increase passenger traffic and Kazakhstan’s tourism potential.
Previously, Qazaq Air confirmed compliance with international safety standards by receiving the IOSA certificate.
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