Red Wings airlines to launch two new passenger flights from Ufa to Kazakhstan cities

18 July


Red Wings airlines will launch two new passenger flights from Ufa to Almaty and Nur-Sultan in August. The press service of the civil aviation committee of Kazakhstan's Ministry of Industry and Infrastructure Development (MIID) reported this on Monday.


"As part of the work on the further resumption and launch of international communication, the committee of civil aviation MIID Kazakhstan together with the aviation authorities of the Russian Federation worked out the matter of launching a new route on the direction Almaty-Ufa. Red Wings plans to start regular passenger flights on the route Almaty-Ufa once a week on Thursdays starting from August 4 this year," the distributed report reads.


In addition, Red Wings intends to launch regular passenger flights on the Nur-Sultan-Ufa route with a frequency of one flight a week starting from August 4. "It should be noted that the opening of new flights between Kazakhstan and Russia will contribute to the further development of trade and economic, investment, tourist and cultural cooperation between the two countries," the press service explained.

 

 

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