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Air Astana Launches New Flights to Seoul and Tbilisi

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Air Astana has launched flights between Astana and Seoul, as well as Astana - Tbilisi, Georgia.

 Flights between the capital cities of Kazakhstan and South Korea are operated by Boeing 767-300ER aircraft, with 30 Business class seats and 193 Economy class seats, once a week and compliments the existing three times a week service from Almaty to Seoul. The new flight is operated on a codeshare basis with Asiana Airlines.

The new service from Astana to Tbilisi is operated with Embraer E190 aircraft seating 9 in Business class and 88 in Economy Class. The flight operates twice a week and is additional to the current five times a week service from Almaty to Tbilisi. More than 120,000 passengers have travelled on Air Astana flights to Tbilisi since services commenced in 2011.

“The new services from Astana to Seoul and Tbilisi mark another significant step in building the network of international flights from Kazakhstan’s capital, which fully meets the "Nurly Jol" policy proposed by Nursultan Nazarbayev, President of the Republic of Kazakhstan” said Peter Foster, President of Air Astana. “I’m confident that the new services will be prove to be popular with business/financial executives and tourists.”

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