Kazakhstan’s only lowcoster launching flights on more new routes

Transport Materials 21 January 2021 14:00 (UTC +04:00)

BAKU, Azerbaijan, Jan.21

By Nargiz Sadikhova - Trend:

Kazakhstan’s FlyArystan lowcoster will launch flights on five new Low Fare destinations starting March 2021, Trend reports citing the company.

The launch of new flights is due to the soon acquisition of an additional Airbus A320 aircraft in March, which will increase the company’s fleet to eight planes.

The five new routes will include:

• Aktau-Kyzylorda-Aktau from Mar 17;

• Atyrau-Turkistan-Atyrau from March 28;

• Shymkent-Uralsk-Shymkent from May 1;

• Shymkent-Aktobe-Shymkent from May 1;

• Shymkent-Semey-Shymkent from May 2.

At the beginning of the week, the airline announced the launch of sales for the spring-summer season of March-October. The airline reintroduced flights on nine routes that had been suspended due to COVID-19 restrictions and five new directions.

FlyArystan is Kazakhstan’s only Low-Cost Carrier (LCC) and the first LCC based in Eurasia. FlyArystan operated its first flight in May 2019 and today has seven Airbus A320 aircraft operating over 50 daily flights across Kazakhstan. FlyArystan is a division of Air Astana.