Semey – a new city in FlyArystan Airlines’ air route network

Since October 4, 2019 FlyArystan Airlines, Kazakhstan’s low cost air carrier, expands its air route network and is pleased to announce launching a new destination from one more city in Kazakhstan – Semey. One-way air ticket price for the Nur-Sultan – Semey flight comes to KZT 5,999+ (USD 1 = KZT 386.5), which is by 58% lower, as compared to the current prices among competitors for this flight segment.

The duration of these regular flights, which will be carried out on 180-passenger seat Airbus A320 will be 75 minutes. Sale of air tickets for flights to be operated until March 28, 2020 is open at

Zhanar Zhailauova, Sales and Marketing Director FlyArystan, said, “Semey – Nur-Sultan is one of the most popular destinations, both among the metropolitan population and among residents of the second largest city of the East Kazakhstan region, who regularly go to work and on business to Nur-Sultan. We are sure that affordable flights operating by the Kazakhstan’s first low-cost airline will be in demand, and in the future we will be able to connect the local population of East Kazakhstan with other cities. Moreover, in 2020, Kazakhstan will celebrate the 175th anniversary of the greatest native of Semey – Abay Kunanbayev.”

We remind herein that in May 2019 a low-cost air carrier began flying from Almaty to six cities of Kazakhstan, thereby increasing the passenger flow at regional airports by 140% over four months of operating activity. Timeliness of flights is 93% on average, and the average passenger load capacity reaches 94%. By the end of 2020, there are plans to expand the fleet to 10 aircraft, which will increase the number of flights and destinations by five times.

The low-cost airline named FlyArystan is a division of Air Astana, based in Almaty and awarded the rating of a four-star airline for quality of service, as well as “The Best Airline of Central Asia and India” award according to the Skytrax World Airline Awards.

The FlyArystan fleet consists of two Airbus A320 aircraft in a configuration of 180 passenger seats, the average age of their operation is six years.

By 2022, the air carrier plans to increase its fleet to 15 aircraft, which will be based in different cities in Kazakhstan.

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