Ural Airlines resumes flights between Kazakhstan and Russia

In accordance with the decisions of the Interdepartmental Commission on Preventing the Emergence and Spread of Coronavirus Infection in the Territory of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Operational Headquarters to Prevent Introduction and Spread of New Coronavirus Infection in the Russian Federation under the Government of the Russian Federation, Ural Airlines Russian Airlines will gradually resume flights between Kazakhstan and Russia beginning December 17, 2021.
Ural Airlines flights will operate on the following routes using A320 aircraft

- Nur-Sultan - Yekaterinburg, 1 flight per week (Monday);

- Nur-Sultan - Krasnoyarsk, 1 flight per week (Thursday);

- Nur-Sultan - Zhukovsky, 3 flights per week (Tuesday, Friday, Sunday);

- Almaty - St. Petersburg, 1 flight per week (Monday);

- Almaty - Ekaterinburg, 1 flight per week (Friday).

The flights will be operated with strict observance of sanitary and epidemiological requirements and in accordance with the published schedule on the airline's website.

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