Air Astana posted a profit of US$39.1 million in 2017, returning to profitability after its first ever loss in 2016. The airline recorded passenger growth of 12% and revenue growth of 22% in 2017, after negative growth in both 2015 and 2016 following the devaluation of the Kazakh Tenge in mid-2015. The airline carried 4.2 million passengers in 2017 and recorded total revenues of US$754 million. Air freight uplift also grew by 23%. Capacity grew by 7%, with new routes added between Astana and Delhi and Astana and Kiev, and increased frequencies on flights to Bangkok, Beijing, Dubai, Istanbul, London

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