The number of flights from Kazakhstan to Turkey’s Antalya will be increased to 8 times a week, authorities said Friday.
The corresponding decision was made by the interdepartmental commission to prevent the emergence and spread of coronavirus infection in Kazakhstan.
Also, regular flights with Uzbekistan will be opened on the routes Almaty – Namangan, Aktau – Nukus, Aktobe – Nukus, Aktobe – Samarkand with a frequency of twice a week.
In addition, the number of regular flights from Belarus on the Almaty – Minsk route will be increased by two per week on each side.
The flights will be operated in strict compliance with sanitary and epidemiological requirements and in agreement with the relevant authorities of a foreign state, the Ministry of Industry and Infrastructure explained.