Kazakhstan’s low-cost carrier FlyArystan has served the first flight from Nur-Sultan to Omsk using an Airbus A320. “We hope that the launch of regular flights from Omsk to Nur-Sultan will make our passengers, including large Kazakh community and students, travel more at low cost and meet their relatives often. Transit flights connect Nur-Sultan with other regions of Kazakhstan, particularly Almaty. Apart from Omsk, FlyArystan has started operating flights to Moscow and Novosibirsk,” said Renat Abulkhanov Director of Network Planning at FlyArystan. FlyArystan is a division of Air Astana with a fleet of 10 Airbus A320s equipped with 180 seats.

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