Kazakhstan’s FlyArystan starts flying from Taraz, Shymkent and Pavlodar to Nur Sultan

The Kazakhstan’s low-cost airline named FlyArystan made its first flight on the third Airbus A320 airliner in the air fleet and connected the southern cities of Shymkent and Taraz, as well as northern Pavlodar with Nur-Sultan. From now on, daily flights to the capital on these air routes will be carried out from major cities of the country on modern 180-passenger seat airplanes.

The duration of the flight from / to the southern cities was about an hour and a half, and the minimum air ticket price comes to KZT 6,999 (US $1 = KZT 389), everyone can now reach Pavlodar in just an hour for KZT 4,999+.

“We are pleased to announce that we received our third plane, which also began flights after reconfiguration of the cabin. Since May 2019, we have connected these cities from Almaty, showing a high result for airborne loading of 92%. We hope that flights to Nur Sultan will be in demand,” said Zhanar Zhailauova, Director of Sales and Marketing, FlyArystan.

According to the Civil Aviation Committee under the Ministry of Industry and Infrastructure Development, Kazakhstan, following the results of five months (May – Sep 2019) of operating activity for FlyArystan, after the appearance of the low-cost airline, passenger traffic growth at Shymkent International Airport increased by 25%, this figure exceeded 158% at Aulie Ata International Airport. At the same time, the number of passengers at Pavlodar International Airport increased by 37%, as compared to the same periods last year.

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 three Airbus A320s in a configuration of 180 passenger seats, with an average age of six years of operation.

By 2022, there are plans to increase the airline’s fleet to 15 aircraft, which will be based in different cities of Kazakhstan.

Source – https://flyarystan.com/

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