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Astana, Kazakhstan • 20 February, 2024 | 13:36

Kazakhstan, South Korea Agree to Increase Flights, Launch New Routes

T'Way Air and Sirius Airlines expressed their intention to launch flights to Kazakhstan

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Kazakhstan and South Korea are set to increase the number of flights between the countries and open new air routes, QazMonitor reports citing the press service of the Civil Aviation Committee.

In Seoul, Vice-Minister of Transport of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Talgat Lastayev met with Deputy Minister of Land, Infrastructure, and Transport of the Republic of Korea, Yoonsang Lee.

The parties discussed and reached an agreement on the resumption of flights between Astana and Seoul, an increase in flights on the Almaty–Seoul route, as well as the initiation of flights from Shymkent to Seoul and between Busan and cities in Kazakhstan.

Furthermore, during the meeting, Talgat Lastayev conducted discussions with the management of the low-cost airline T'Way and cargo airline Sirius Airlines. Korean carriers expressed their intention to commence flights to Kazakhstan.

Earlier, the Civil Aviation Committee reported that SCAT Airlines will recommence flights along the Astana–Batumi (Georgia) route starting June 8.

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