Category Archives: Kazakhstan

Shot fired at Kazakhstan’s Nur Sultan International Airport

A shot was fired at the Nursultan Nazarbayev International Airport in the capital, Kazinform reported.

FlyArystan Airlines offers over one million passenger seats for spring-summer 2020

FlyArystan is pleased to announce the opening of sales of over one million passenger seats for the spring-summer season name for the flights to be operated from March 29 through October 24, 2020.

AIR ASTANA launches international air ticket sales

On the eve of the New Year, the airline opened the sale of its air tickets with a 30% discount on economy class passenger seats and up to 50% discount on business class air tickets. The promotion is valid until December 15, 2019, and you can go on a trip from January 15 through May 31, 2020. The exception is holidays during Nauryz.

Average airfare for domestic flights decreased by 12% in Kazakhstan

In order to fulfill the order of the Head of State regarding the decrease of prices for air transportation, domestic airlines have already reduced the average cost of air ticket on domestic routes by 12%.

Kazakhstan to expand air communication with Finland and Bahrain

On December 3, 2019, a delegation of Kazakhstan had negotiations with the aviation authorities of Finland and Bahrain, the press service of the Civil Aviation Committee informed.

LOT Polish Airlines launches its Warsaw – Nur-Sultan flights

LOT Polish Airlines will increase the number of its Warsaw, Poland – Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan flights, as well as it will launch a regular flight to Almaty, Kazakhstan, Trend reported citing the Ministry of Industry and Infrastructure Development of Kazakhstan.

S7 Technics assists Air Astana with first in-house C-Check

Russia’s S7 Technics aircraft maintenance service provider and Kazakhstan’s national carrier Air Astana continue to expand their partnership in terms of MRO of the airline’s fleet.

Air Astana completes first C-check on Airbus A320neo at Almaty Airport base

Air Astana completed its first independent C-check, at its base at Almaty Airport in November 2019. An Airbus A320neo aircraft, registration P4-KBH was selected for this C-check. Air Astana received certification from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) in October to perform this advanced level of maintenance. The certificate allows Air Astana to perform heavy maintenance (C-check) on Airbus A319/A320/A321 aircraft.

Kazakhstan opens 11 airports for airlines from Jordan

Jordanian airlines have the right to fly to 11 cities of Kazakhstan without limiting the frequency of their flights, the Ministry of Industry and Infrastructure Development of Kazakhstan said on December 3, 2019.

Airline from Belarus to launch additional flights to Kazakhstan’s Almaty

Belavia Airlines, Belarus, has plans to increase the frequency of Minsk, Belarus – Almaty, Kazakhstan flights from five to seven times a week, the Ministry of Industry and Infrastructure Development of Kazakhstan said on December 3, 2019.