Kazakhstan • 04 December, 2019

New flights to open between Kazakhstan and Poland

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Kazakh delegation held talks with the aviation authorities of Poland, press service of the Ministry of industry and infrastructure development reports.

As part of the "open skies" regime implemented on behalf of the Head of state, the number of frequencies was increased from 4 to 14 flights per week between the countries, namely on the Nur-Sultan-Warsaw route to daily, as well as 7 flights per week on the Warsaw - Almaty route.

As a result of the agreements reached, LOT Polish Airlines will increase flights from Warsaw to Nur-Sultan from 4 to 7 flights per week from the summer of 2020, and next year will open a regular flight to Almaty. The Polish airline also plans flights to Shymkent.

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