Kazakhstan’s QAZAQ AIR to expand route network in 2020
BAKU, Azerbaijan, Dec.23
By Nargiz Sadikhova - Trend:
Kazakhstan’s QAZAQ AIR airline company is planning to transport over 380,000 passengers before the end of 2019, Trend reports with reference to the press office of the company.
The main highlight of the company’s operations in 2019 was the relocation from Almaty city to Nur-Sultan city in order to expand company’s flight routes.
“This allowed the company to increase the efficiency of company’s fleet use and create opportunities for comfortable travel for Kazakhs,” the report said.
The company will implement over 6,000 flights in 2019 and will transport over 380,000 passengers, which is 24 percent more compared to the same period of last year.
“Currently company implements flights on 12 regular routes. The fleet of the company was expanded via two new flights this year and currently includes five De Havilland Dash-8-Q400NG planes, average life span of which is no less than three years,” the company reported.
In the future, year 2020, QAZAQ AIR is planning to expand the routes network of regional flights.
“In order to provide for transport availability of socially important routes and development of internal tourism the airline company will be implementing regular flights from Nur-Sultan city to Petropavl and Taldykorgan cities,” the report said.
QAZAQ AIR is Kazakhstan’s domestic regional airline founded by Samruk-Kazyna National Welfare Fund, which owns 100 percent of airline’s shares.
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