Air Astana to Launch Almaty - Hong Kong Flights on 28 August 2012

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[HD video below] Kazakhstans Air Astana is to launch flights between Almaty and Hong Kong on 28 August 2012.

Direct flights between Hong Kong and Almaty will be operated twice a week on Tuesdays and Fridays by Boeing 757 aircraft offering 16 seats in business class and 150 seats in economy class.

Flight KC930 departs from Hong Kong at 22:15 and flight KC929 departs from Almaty at 01:35.

The new service from Almaty to Hong Kong will be launched as part of the airlines 10th anniversary.

Earlier this year the airline launched new services from Astana to Tashkent and Baku, from Almaty to Kazan, as well as from Astana to Saint Petersburg.

During the second half of 2012 new services will begin from Astana to Beijing, Omsk and Tbilisi, as well as from Almaty to Hong Kong and from Atyrau to Moscow.

Return economy tickets from Hong Kong to Almaty start from HK$4,950; and HK$19,260 in business class, excluding airport and other taxes.

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