Development of Civil Aviation in Kazakhstan
Kazakhstan has established air contacts with 24 countries on 99 international routes. The state has also come to an agreement with nine international financial centers.
In the first eight months of this year, nearly six million passengers were transported by air. This is 1.8 percent higher than the last year’s figure.
This year, flights from Nur-Sultan to Tokyo, Prague and Ulan Bator have been opened. The flights to Shanghai and Singapore are expected to be launched.
The Government has held discussions on development issues of civil aviation and reduction of the cost of air tickets.
The Kazakh Prime Minister has assigned to facilitate work at local airports in order to provide the open sky policy for foreign transporters. He highlighted that this will enhance competition and contributes to lowering the cost of air tickets.