Kazakh low-cost FlyArystan Airlines opens sale of airline tickets for Nur Sultan – Moscow flights at USD 51.3+

The first Kazakhstan low-cost airline is pleased to announce the opening of airline ticket sales for its first international flight en route Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan – Moscow, Russia – Nur-Sultan.

Flights from/to two capitals will be carried out on a comfortable Airbus A320 airliner, which will start on December 13, 2019. The cost of tickets from the main city of Kazakhstan comes to KZT 19,999+ (USD 1 = KZT 390), which is by 60% lower in comparison with the current prices for this air service. From the Russian capital, the price for this one-way flight comes to RUR 3,333+ (USD 1 = RUR 63.72), including airport fees. You can buy your airline tickets online at www.flyarystan.com.

Flights from N. Nazarbayev International Airport to Zhukovsky International Airport will be operated daily. The duration of a one-way flight will be more than three hours. From Nur-Sultan, 180-seater airliners will fly in the evening at 10:10 pm with arrival in Moscow at 10.40 pm (local time for each airport) on the same day. The return flight departs at 11:25 pm local time and arrives in Nur Sultan at 05:35 am the next morning. It is worth noting that this flight schedule will allow travelers to spend maximum daylight hours in two cities and will be very convenient for both businessmen and tourists. Departure will be carried out from the T1 international departures terminal, check-in at the airport opens three hours prior to departure.

Zhanar Zhailauova, Director of Sales and Marketing, FlyArystan, said, “Moscow is a city of international importance, which is an important historical, tourist and business center among the CIS countries. Zhukovsky, in turn, is considered one of the fastest growing airports in the Russian capital. Only last year, 1.16 million passengers used the airport services, which by 173% more than a year earlier, after the start of FlyArystan’s operations, the passenger flow at Kazakhstan airports, where the low-cost airline began to fly, grew by an average of 30-35%. We are sure that with the arrival of the Russian market the situation will be repeated and the positive effect of FlyArystan will be felt not only by passengers, but also by Zhukovsky Airport.”

Thomas Vaishvila, CEO, RAMPORT AERO, believes that the low-cost model used by the airline will certainly make these flights interesting for citizens of Russia and Kazakhstan. “For our part, we will try to provide the airlines and passengers with a friendly welcome and the best conditions. The cultural and economic ties of Russia and Kazakhstan are constantly being strengthened, so the carrier’s plans to increase the fleet open up excellent opportunities for strengthening and expanding our partnership in the future,” he commented the opening of the sales at the airport in Zhukovsky.

We remind you that in May 2019, a low-cost carrier started flying from Almaty to six cities of Kazakhstan, in October a third plane joined the fleet, which began flying from Nur Sultan to four destinations. Timeliness of flights is 93% on average, and the average aircraft load factor reaches 94%. By the end of 2019, there are plans to expand the fleet to four aircraft, and in 2020 the airline’s fleet will be increased to 10 aircraft.

The low-cost airline named FlyArystan is a division of Air Astana, the Kazakhstan’s flag air carrier, and it is 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’s fleet consists of three Airbus A320 aircraft 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://www.aviaport.ru/

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