20 June, 2018

Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan to increase flights

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Aviation authorities of Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan agreed to increase the number of flights between the countries following the talks held in Astana, the Civil Aviation Committee of the Investments and Development Ministry of Kazakhstan reports.

The parties agreed to increase the frequency of Astana-Tashkent flights to 6 from 4 flights per week and increase Almaty-Tashkent from current 7 to 10 flights per week for each country.

The number of flights operated between the countries to reach 32 a week, wrote the Committee on the Facebook pages.

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