Tag: FlyArystan

Air Astana sign compensation agreement with Pratt & Whitney and fleet update

Air Astana Joint Stock Company has announced that it has reached an agreement with Pratt & Whitney that provides compensation and other support for the impact to the Group’s operations arising from the GTF neo engine availability issues. The agreements that Astana have with Pratt & Whit...

Low-cost Kazakhstan airline FlyArystan partners with travel company Kiwi.com

FlyArystan, has partnered with travel tech company Kiwi.com to improve flight offers for its customers. From now on, passengers of FlyArystan can search and book flights beyond the routes covered originally by the airline, thanks to the vast Kiwi.com database covering more than 95% of global flig...

New FlyArystan hand baggage carriage policy

From 1st of March, it is allowed to carry only 1 (one) piece of hand baggage for free. All passenger’s belongings are considered as hand baggage. It is recommended to put all things into 1 (one) piece of hand baggage in advance. Including ladies’ bag, camera, laptop, cake, flowers, handbag, b...

Flyarystan Launches New Services to Turkistan International Airport

FlyArystan, the LCC division of the Air Astana Group, is the first carrier to operate services from Nur-Sultan to Turkistan in southern Kazakhstan. Air Astana Group President, Peter Foster, the Chairman of the Civil Aviation Committee, Talgat Lastayev, Deputy Oblast Akim, Arman Zhetpisbay, and the C...

FlyArystan launches 8 new destinations from its Karaganda base

FlyArystan launches 8 new destinations from its Karaganda base

Kazakhstan low-cost airline FlyArystan is pleased to announce the start of sales for 8 new routes from its new aircraft base in Karaganda. Starting April 20 of this year, the sixth FlyArystan aircraft will join the fleet of the fast growing Kazakh low cost carrier and will become the first one base...

FlyArystan soars with the start of it’s international service

FlyArystan soars with the start of it’s international service

On December 13 FlyArystan, the first Kazakhstan low-cost airline, made its first international flight from Nur-Sultan to Moscow (Zhukovsky) on its recently delivered fourth Airbus A320, which joined the fleet on the threshold of the Independence Day of Kazakhstan. One way tickets are priced from ju...

Boeing, Air Astana Announce Intent To Buy 30 737 MAX Airplanes

Boeing, Air Astana Announce Intent To Buy 30 737 MAX Airplanes

Air Astana intends to order 30 Boeing 737 MAX 8 airplanes to serve as the backbone of its new low-cost airline FlyArystan, the Kazakh flag carrier and Boeing announced at the Dubai Airshow. The companies today signed a letter of intent for the 30 airplanes with a list price value of $3.6 billi...

FlyArystan, Kazakhstan’s first budget airline launches Moscow flight

FlyArystan, Kazakhstan’s first budget airline launches Moscow flight

Kazakhstan’s first low-cost airline FlyArystan announced the start of ticket sales for its first international route from Nur-Sultan to Moscow. The new Moscow route will be operated on a daily basis on Airbus A320 aircraft from December 13. Speaking at Routes Silk Road in Nur-Sultan in July, A...

Air Astana returns to profit in the first half of the year

Air Astana returns to profit in the first half of the year

Air Astana has reported it returned to profit in the first six months of 2019, after posting a loss in the same period last year. For the period ending 30 June, the Kazakhstan headquartered carrier’s operating profit was $6.8 million, versus a loss of $11.9 million in the same period in 2018. ...

FlyArystan takes-off for the first time today

FlyArystan takes-off for the first time today

New Kazakhstan low-cost carrier (LCC) FlyArystan - a subsidiary of Air Astana - takes to the skies for the first time today with services from Almaty International Airport. The airline starts with six domestic routes to Taraz; Shymkent; Pavlodar; Uralsk; Nur-Sultan (Astana) and Karaganda. A 1...

FlyArystan set to launch services on 1 May

FlyArystan set to launch services on 1 May

FlyArystan - the soon-to-launch low cost arm of Kazakh flag carrier Air Astana - is on its final countdown to the launch of services on 1 May, 2019. Inaugural domestic routes will be from Almaty International Airport to Taraz and Uralsk. FlyArystan is flying Airbus A320 aircraft configured wit...

Air Astana records $5.3m net profit in 2018 on higher revenues, higher costs

Air Astana records $5.3m net profit in 2018 on higher revenues, higher costs

Air Astana has reported an unaudited net profit for 2018 of $5.3 million driven by higher revenues but also affected by a more than 25 per cent increase in fuel prices. Total airline revenue rose by 10 per cent to $840.8 million. Capacity as measured in ASKs rose by five per cent and total passen...

Air Astana to launch LCC – FlyArystan

Air Astana to launch LCC – FlyArystan

Kazakhstan carrier Air Astana is to launch a new low-cost airline in the first half of 2019 which will be called FlyArystan and operate with a fleet of Airbus A320s. The carrier will reportedly operate a classic LCC model, strictly following the examples of highly successful airlines such as easy...

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