Kazakhstan • 03 March, 2020

Flights from Kazakhstan to Seoul, Tehran, Baku, Tokyo restricted

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Vice Minister of Industry and Infrastructure Development Berik Kamaliev said that in the field of air transport all scheduled flights (34 flights per week) between Kazakhstan and China have been suspended since Feb. 3, 2020.

From March 1, 2020, the number of regular flights on the Nur-Sultan – Seoul and Almaty – Seoul routes was reduced from 9 to 3 flights per week.

Flights on the route Almaty – Tehran of the Mahan Air airline have been suspended since March 1 to 1 flight per week. Since March 5, the flight Nur Sultan – Baku is also suspended. The Almaty – Baku flight is limited from 5 to 1 flight, the Aktau – Baku flight from 7 flights to 1 flight. Air route Nur-Sultan – Tokyo — from 2 to 1 flights.

“In connection with the suspension of these flights, passengers having tickets from March 1, 2020, for the above flights, they can arrange for the return of tickets at the place of purchase without penalty and in full,” Kamaliev informed.

In the field of passenger transportation since Jan. 27, 2020, all 13 regular bus routes with the People's Republic of China are suspended.

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