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22 May, 2020 12:04

Atyrau to resume domestic flights on May 25

In accordance with the decision of the Interdepartmental Commission to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection in Kazakhstan, taking into account the recommendations of the Ministry of Healthcare of Kazakhstan, flights from Atyrau to other cities of Kazakhstan will be resumed starting from May 25 this year, Strategy2050.kz reports with reference to the press service of the Ministry of Industry and Infrastructural Development.

Atyrau to resume domestic flights on May 25 | Strategy2050.kz

A schedule is published on the official websites of Kazakhstan air carriers.

The flights will be carried out in conditions of increased sanitary safety measures:

- personal protective equipment (face masks, gloves);

- thermometry, social distance;

- enhanced disinfection of airports and aircraft.

Taking into account the increasing demand for flights in summer, the number of flights between the cities will be established by airlines independently, taking into account the demand and sanitary-quarantine measures of the Ministry of Healthcare.

Thus, from May 25 of this year, all airports will be open for regular domestic flights, which will facilitate the resumption of routes in the domestic aviation market.

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