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Rossiya Airlines launches new flights from Moscow to Kazakhstan

24.04.2022 216 просмотров

The flights will be carried out on modern domestic aircraft Superjet 100.


Rossiya Airlines, a member of Aeroflot Group, launches regular flights to Kazakhstan from April 23. Flights will be operated from Moscow on modern domestic aircraft Superjet 100, the press service of the air carrier reports.

“Flights to Nur-Sultan, Atyrau and Almaty open the program on April 23. In the coming days, the airline will start operating flights to other points of the Republic of Kazakhstan.” — the message says.

From April 24 Rossiya will start operating flights to Kostanay (SU6521/6522 aircraft), Aktau (SU6525/6526) and Aktobe (SU6529/6530). From April 25 to Karaganda on SU6533/6534 aircraft, the press service writes.

“The program of direct flights from Moscow to Kazakhstan will support the development of tourism and business ties between the countries, will contribute to the expansion of economic, cultural and humanitarian cooperation. Thanks to the route network covering the key regions of the Republic of Kazakhstan, citizens of Russia and Kazakhstan get the opportunity for comfortable travel for personal and business purposes,” the air carrier notes. 19 restrictions on non-scheduled and scheduled flights to Azerbaijan, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Iran on a reciprocal basis. At the moment, restrictions on flights to Belarus, the Dominican Republic, Egypt, the United Arab Emirates, Turkey, Finland, the Czech Republic, Switzerland, South Korea and Cuba have also been completely lifted.

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