Kazakhstan • 03 December, 2019

Flights from Belarus to Kazakhstan to increase

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Kazakh delegation held talks with the aviation authorities of Belarus, according to the Ministry of industry and infrastructure development of Kazakhstan.

As part of the "open sky" regime, introduced on behalf of the Head of state, the number of frequencies between the two countries was increased, as well as the designated airlines of both countries were given the opportunity to conclude commercial agreements on the joint use of codes during flights.

As a result of the agreements reached, Belavia will increase flights from Minsk to Almaty from 5 to 7 flights per week, and from the summer of 2020 will open a regular flight to Aktau with a frequency of 3 flights per week.

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