Information on increase scheduled international flights

In accordance with the decision made on the 9 of February, 2021, by Interdepartmental Commission for prevention of emergence and spread of coronavirus infection in the Republic of Kazakhstan under the chairmanship of Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Kazakhstan E. L. Tugzhanov, it is allowed to increase/resume regular international passenger flights with the following countries:

1. Russia – 7 flights (from 3 to 10 flights per week on each side):
– Nur-Sultan – Moscow, from 2 to 4 flights per week on each side;
– Almaty – Moscow, with 1 to 4 flights per week on each side;
– Shymkent – Moscow, resumption of 1 flight per week on each side;
– Aktau-Moscow, resumption of 1 flight per week on each side.
2. Maldives – 3 flights (from 4 to 7 flights per week):
– Almaty – Male’, with 4 to 7 flights per week for Kazakh airlines;
3. Kyrgyzstan – by 1 flight (from 2 to 3 flights per week):
– Almaty – Bishkek, with 2 to 3 flights per week;
4. Uzbekistan – by 1 flight (from 3 to 4 flights per week on each side):
– Nur-Sultan – Tashkent, with 1 to 2 flights per week on each side;
5. Ukraine – 1 flight (from 1 to 2 flights per week):
– Nur-Sultan – Kiev, resumption of 1 flight per week.
Flights will be operated with strict observance of sanitary and epidemiological norms and in accordance with the published schedule on the airlines’ websites.

 

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