“Aeroflot” changed “Transaero” in 6 directions in Kazakhstan


MOSCOW, October 29. Aeroflot began flights to 6 cities of Kazakhstan – Astana, Almaty, Aktau, Atyrau, Aktobe and Shymkent, replacing in these areas the airline “Transaero”, the report said Aeroflot.

“In March 2014, after a long hiatus, “Aeroflot” has access to the market of Kazakhstan, resuming flights to Karaganda. Now “Aeroflot” has replaced “Transaero” flights which terminated on October 26, in the capital and other cities second largest territory of the CIS countries”, – says the company.

The flights are operated from Moscow Sheremetyevo airport on Airbus A320.

Flights “Aeroflot” to Astana and back, and in Alma – ATA and back daily, Aktau, and Atyrau and back three times a week, in Aktobe and back – three times a week.

In Shymkent, the airline will start flying from October 31 to three times a week.