Kazakhstan Announces Direct Air Service with Sri Lanka

The frequency is two flights per week

Starting from December 3 Air Astana, a Kazakhstani airline will support direct flights to Sri Lanka twice a week on Tuesdays and Fridays, according to the company’s press service.

All flights will be served by the Airbus A321 LR airplane. The departure time of flight КС 167 from Almaty is 05:30 a.m.; the plane would arrive in Colombo at 11.30 a.m. Return fight КС168 will depart from Colombo at 12:30 p.m. and arrives at Almaty airport at 07:40 p.m.

The duration of a flight from Almaty to Colombo is 6 hours and 30 minutes, and 6 hours 40 minutes while flying back.

According to the company, tickets will be priced at about $517. All airport, fuel and other fees are included. 

Currently, Kazakhstan’sair travel is getting back to normal with countries all over the world. The Interagency Commission that regulates anti-COVID measures in the country agreed to open destinations such as Italy and the Czech Republic. Also, Kazakhstan is going to reopen flights to Kuwait and Saudi Arabia in the near future.
 

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