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- 89. Air Astana Carried 1,894,391 Passengers in H1 2017
Air Astana carried 1,894,391 passengers during the first six months of 2017, of which 1,007,413 were domestic passengers and 886,978 were international passengers.
- 90. FlyArystan to Expand Network with New Routes
The low cost airline FlyArystan continues to develop its domestic regional network by opening new routes across Kazakhstan.
- 91. Air Arabia launches flights to Kazakhstan
Air Arabia launches flights to Kazakhstan.
- 92. NATAS and Kazakhstan Sign MOU to Promote Tourism
The National Association of Travel Agents Singapore (NATAS) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Astana Expo-2017 to promote Kazakhstan as a tourist destination to its members, and to work closely to develop the product knowledge of the travel industries in the respective countries on a reciprocal basis.
- 93. Air Astana Reports Strong H1 2010 Performance
Air Astana Reports Strong H1 2010 Performance. Air Astana, the flag carrier of the Republic of Kazakhstan, experienced strong growth during the first half of 2010, with passenger numbers increasing by 14% and revenue jumping 24% to US$245 million compared to the same period in 2009. The carrier performed almost 13,000 scheduled flights, with an average passenger load factor of 66%.
- 94. Air Astana Takes Delivery of Two New Boeing 767-300ERs
Air Astana has taken delivery of two new Boeing 767-300ER. A third new Boeing 767-300ER will join the fleet in 2014, with three Boeing 787-8s being delivered between 2017 and 2019. The new Boeing 767-300ERs feature new seats throughout the cabin, with a 30 Business class / 193 Economy class configuration.
- 95. Air Astana to Partner Turkish Airlines
Air Astana and Turkish Airlines have completed the first step towards a wide-ranging co-operation, including a codeshare agreement on routes operated by both carriers between Kazakhstan and Turkey. The Letter of Intent was signed at an event in Istanbul by Peter Foster, President of Air Astana, and Temel Kotil, PhD, President and CEO of Turkish Airlines.
- 96. Air Astana to Change Airports in Moscow, Russia
Air Astana has confirmed that it will transfer flight operations from Moscowís Sheremetyevo Airport to Domodedovo Airport (Terminal 1) with effect from 27 October 2019. The transfer of flights will be carried out without any interruption to the schedule.
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