Kazakhstan and the EU aim to increase the number of flights,
reports citing Civil Aviation Committee
This issues was discussed during the meeting of Chairman of the
Civil Aviation Committee Talgat Lastayev with Head of Cooperation
of EU Delegation to Kazakhstan Johannes Baur.
Thus, both sides held discussions on the current issues of
cooperation between Kazakhstan and the EU in the field of civil
aviation such as continuing integration processes, increasing
number of flights and expanding the geography of flights.
Currently, regular international flights from Kazakhstan to six
countries of the European Union (the Netherlands, Germany, Poland,
Italy, Greece and the UK) are being carried out on eight routes
with a frequency of 28 flights per week.
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