Air Astana, the principal airline and flag carrier of the Republic of Kazakhstan, has now switched to a Winter Schedule.
The airline will resume services from Almaty and Astana on seasonal routes and increase in frequencies to popular destinations in Asia and the Gulf.
During the Winter Schedule, Air Astana will operate four flights per week on the London-Almaty route, five flights per week on the Almaty-Maldives route, as well as four charter flights per week on the Almaty-Sri Lanka route.
Flights from Almaty to Bangkok will increase from three to seven per week, whilst flights from Almaty to Phuket will increase from four to eleven per week.
Flights to Dubai from Almaty will increase from seven to twelve per week, and Astana from six to ten per week. There will also be charter flights from both Almaty and Astana to Doha in Qatar once a week.
On the Almaty-Delhi route, the number of flights will increase to eleven per week and on the Almaty-Jeddah route, three per week.
For more information, visit AirAstana.com.
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