Flights from Turkestan to Bishkek, a Kazakhstan – Kyrgyzstan connection
The aim of the new route is to connect the cultural capital of the Turkish world – the city of Turkestan as a tourism development center on the Great Silk Road – with abroad.
- FlyArystan starts new international route to Kyrgyzstan
- FlyArystan flies from Kazakhstan to Bishkek twice a week
- FlyArystan uses Airbus A-320 on a new route
The Ministry of Industry and Infrastructure Development of Kazakhstan announced that the Kazakh low-cost airline FlyArystan has opened a new international route with the launch of flights from Turkestan to Bishkek.
FlyArystan flies twice a week with the Airbus A-320 aircraft to Turkestan, Kazakhstan-Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.
The average seat occupancy on the first flight was estimated to be over 60% on May 31.
The aim of the new route is to connect the cultural capital of the Turkish world – the city of Turkestan as a tourism development center on the Great Silk Road – with other countries, according to the Kazakh aviation officials.
The flights are carried out in strict compliance with epidemiological hygiene rules and according to the flight schedule on the airline’s website.
FlyArystan is a low cost airline based in Almaty, Kazakhstan. It is the wholly-owned, low-cost subsidiary of Air Astana, the country’s leading airline. The establishment of FlyArystan was approved by the joint shareholders of Air Astana, Samruk-Kazyna Sovereign Wealth Fund and BAE Systems PLC, and was approved by Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev on November 2, 2018. The company slogan is Eurasia’s Low Fares Airline.