AviationKazakhstan carrier launches direct flights from Almaty to Phuket and increases Dubai, Moscow, St Petersburg and Istanbul services.

Air Astana ramps up global network, including new flights to Phuket

Air Astana has unveiled plans to expand its international network.
Air Astana has unveiled plans to expand its international network. Photo Credit: Air Astana Group

With the global travel recovery proceeding smoothly and steadily, there’s no turbulence in the air for Air Astana as the flight carrier of Kazakhstan announces plans to expand its international network.

From 31st October, Air Astana will launch twice-weekly flights that will take passengers from Almaty to Phuket, Thailand.

In addition to its newly launched direct flight service to Phuket, service frequencies to Dubai have been increased to a total of 10 flights a week, including three flights a week from Almaty with effect from 23rd October, and daily flights from Nur-Sultan starting 1st November.

In early October, Air Astana resumed flying to St Petersburg once a week from Nur-Sultan. At the same time, the passenger carrier increased services to Moscow with daily flights from Almaty, and five flights weekly from Nur-Sultan.

Additionally, the airline boosted the frequency of flights to Istanbul to three services a week from Nur-Sultan and five services a week from Almaty.

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