Lufthansa to resume flights to Kazakhstan

The German airline Lufthansa is going to resume air travel from Frankfurt to Nur-Sultan and Almaty twice per week by A330 aircraft, according to the Committee of Civil Aviation.

The company is going to operate flights between Frankfurt and Almaty twice a week on Mondays and Thursdays and on Almaty-Nur-Sultan-Frankfurt route on Tuesdays and   Fridays.

As Lufthansa noted, all these flights will meet sanitary and epidemiologic requirements and will be conducted in accordance with the schedule the company has already published on its website.

Lufthansa has temporarily stopped air travel to Kazakhstan due to the riot in Almaty and some other cities of the country in early January this year.

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