Russia’s Aeroflot starts flying to Kazakhstan’s Kyzylorda

Since July 15, 2018, Aeroflot Airlines, Russia, will launch its regular flights en route Moscow, Russia – Kyzylorda, Kazakhstan, according to the airline’s Press Service.

The flights will be operated four times a week on Airbus A320 and SuperJet 100 aircraft according to the following flight schedule:

Moscow – Kyzylorda segment (local time is indicated):

On Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays:

The flight No. SU 1960 takes off from Moscow’s Sheremetyevo at 11:35 pm and arrives in Kyzylorda at 06:10 am (the next day);

On Thursdays:

The flight No. SU 1960 takes off from Moscow’s Sheremetyevo at 10:40 pm and arrives in Kyzylorda at 05:10 am (the next day);

Kyzylorda – Moscow segment (local time is indicated):

On Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays:

The flight No. SU 1961 takes off from Kyzylorda at 07:20 am and arrives in Moscow’s Sheremetyevo at 08:15 am;

On Fridays:

The flight No. SU 1961 takes off from Kyzylorda at 06:20 am and arrives in Moscow’s Sheremetyevo at 07:15 am.

“For Aeroflot, the market of Kazakhstan is of great importance, as the leading Russian airline is actively developing transportations, increasing the number of its flights and new destinations. With the launching of flights to Kyzylorda, the Aeroflot’s air route network will have nine destinations to Kazakhstan. In the summer season of 2018, Aeroflot has already increased the frequency of its flights to Astana from nine to 12 flights a week and to Aktobe from four to seven flights a week. In 2017, the passenger flow of Aeroflot’s flights from Moscow to the cities of Kazakhstan exceeded 600 thousand people,” the Air Company noted.

Source – https://www.aex.ru/

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