Kazakhstan's SCAT increasing number of flights from Russia

Transport Materials 17 July 2020 13:35 (UTC +04:00)
Kazakhstan's SCAT increasing number of flights from Russia

BAKU, Azerbaijan, July 17

By Nargiz Sadikhova - Trend:

Kazakhstan's SCAT airlines is increasing the number of flights from Russia, Trend reports with reference to the company.

Thus, the company will carry out a total of five flights from Moscow before the end of July to bring Kazakhs home according to the following schedule:

July 20, Moscow - Nur-Sultan

July 21, Moscow - Almaty

July 25, Moscow - Nur-Sultan

July 28, Moscow - Almaty

July 30, Moscow - Nur-Sultan

In March 2020, in order to prevent coronavirus spread in Kazakhstan, the number of flights was reduced by 438 flights per week on international destinations on 97 routes, which makes up 99 percent of all international flights implemented.

Additionally, all domestic flights have been canceled and no regular air services operated in the country over April 2020.

Starting May 1, 2020, the ban on implementation of flights was lifted completely for domestic flights and is stage-by-stage being lifted on international flights, leading local airline companies to work on restoration of flights operation.


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