Kazakhstan to increase frequency of flights to Georgia
Monday, March 6
Kazakh Airlines Air Astana will increase the frequency of flights to Georgia starting from June, the press-service of the company said in a message March 3.
“In June, we will be increasing flights to Tbilisi. Almaty-Tbilisi will become a daily service; Astana-Tbilisi will operate 4 times a week,” the company said.
Currently, Air Astana operates two flights per week on both Almaty-Tbilisi and Astana- Tbilisi destinations.
In June-September 2017, Kazakhstan will host EXPO-2017 exhibition. Over 100 countries will take part in the exhibition. Kazakhstan plans to launch a number of new flights and increase the frequency of existing flights in period of EXPO.