(MENAFN- Trend News Agency)
BAKU, Azerbaijan, February 1. Kazakh low-cost
flight operator“FlyArystan” will resume direct flights from Almaty
to Samarkand, trend reports via the press service of Uzbekistan
FlyArystan is the first Kazakhstani low-cost airline and a
structural subdivision of the national carrier Air Astana.
According to the sources, from March 18, flights on this route
will be operated twice a week - on Wednesdays and Saturdays with
departure from Samarkand at 20:55 (GMT +5).
The flights on Almaty – Samarkand – Almaty route are expected to
be operated on an Airbus A320 aircraft. A one-way ticket on this
route will cost $59.
The resumption of direct flights between Kazakhstan's Almaty and
Uzbekistan's Samarkand will affect the tourism potential of the
regions, as well as will possibly impact on strengthening
economical cooperation between the countries.
Furthermore, FlyArystan plans to expand the geography of flights
to Uzbekistan in the nearest future within the framework of
intergovernmental agreements, according to which international
destinations are regulated on a parity basis.
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