06 March, 2019

Indian airline to fly Delhi-Almaty route

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Indian airline "SpiceJet" intends to fly on the route Delhi - Almaty, reports the Committee of Civil Aviation of the Ministry of Industry and Infrastructure Development of  Kazakhstan.

"Indian airline" SpiceJet "has passed the appropriate procedure and received a certificate of accreditation of a foreign air carrier in the Republic of Kazakhstan.

According to the appointment of the aviation authorities of India, the airline "SpiceJet" has the right to perform up to six flights a week on the route Delhi - Almaty - Delhi. The airline plans to start regular flights on this route on Boeing 737 aircraft.

“The opening of this flight will contribute to the development of trade and economic relations between the countries, transit potential and the tourism industry in Kazakhstan,” the committee wrote.

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