Kazakhstan • 04 December, 2019

Finnish airline plans to open flights to Almaty

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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.

Within the framework of the 12th air services negotiation event (ICAN 2019), organized under the auspices of the International civil aviation organization (ICAO), the Kazakh delegation held talks with the aviation authorities of Finland.

The airline "Finnair" for 3 years operates flights on the route Nur-Sultan-Helsinki. On the basis of the newly reached agreements, it is planned to expand the number of flights to Nur-Sultan and open flights to Almaty.

It should be noted that within the framework of the "open sky" regime, the number of frequencies between the countries was increased to 14 flights per week, namely on the Helsinki - Nur-Sultan route to 7 flights, on the Helsinki - Almaty route to 7 flights.

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