50,000 air tickets sold in first days of FlyArystan’s flights

The results of the flights operating by the Kazakhstan’s first low-cost airline named FlyArystan were reported by the Civil Aviation Committee (CAC) under the Ministry of Industry and Infrastructure Development, Kazakhstan, Kazinform reported.

“In the first days of flights, FlyArystan Airlines transported over 2,000 passengers and sold about 50,000 air tickets, of these, over half of them were sold with the minimum fare without baggage. Domestic flights are operated from Almaty to such cities, as Nur-Sultan, Taraz, Karaganda and Uralsk. Soon, there are plans to launch flights from Almaty to Pavlodar and Shymkent,” the CAC reported.

It is also noted that, as of May 2019, the passenger load for all flights of this low-cost airline comes to over 90%.

The CAC added that almost all the passengers of the first domestic flight en route Nur-Sultan – Almaty additionally ordered meals on board.

Recall, on May 1, during the presentation of the maiden flight of this low-cost airline, passengers told how much food costs on board. So, for just KZT 1,200 (US $1 = KZT 381) you can buy or pre-order a sandwich with a drink.

FlyArystan is the first low-cost airline based in Almaty, Kazakhstan. This air company is based on Air Astana.

As previously reported by this air carrier, one has announced a competition among airports in Kazakhstan for a second base airport.

The low-cost airline was established on the instructions of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev.

Source – http://lenta.inform.kz/

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