Kazakhstan to offer 25 new international flights by 2025
ASTANA. May 30 (Interfax) - Kazakhstan's airlines will offer flights to eight new destinations this year and add another 17 new routes to their network by 2025, Prime Minister Alikhan Smailov said.
"After the pandemic, domestic civil aviation is embarking on a new stage of development. The number of passengers is rising. Previous flights are restored, while new destinations are opened. This year, eight new international routes will be added," Smailov said at a government meeting on Tuesday in Astana.
He said flights to 17 more cities would be available by 2025, including such destinations as New York, Geneva, Singapore, Vienna, and Paris.