26 May 2015, 17:26

Direct flights to Seoul and Tbilisi to be launched from Astana in June

ASTANA. KAZINFORM - Air Astana Company launches flights from Astana to Seoul and Tbilisi on June 2.

As the website of the international airport of Astana informs, since June 2, the residents and guests of the capital city of Kazakhstan will be able to travel to Seoul on Boeing-767 once a week on Tuesdays and to Tbilisi on Embraer-190 twice a week on Tuesdays and Saturdays.

Seoul is one of the most beautiful cities of Asia. The city is considered to the world financial and industrial center.

Tbilisi, in turn, will simply amaze anyone with it nature, cuisine and architectural monuments. New flights will allow to increase the passenger flow and help to develop tourist and economic potential of all sides.

 

 

 

 

 Tags: Tourism , Transport , Astana , Kazakhstan and Georgia
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