Kazakhstan to expand air communication with Thailand
A Memorandum of Cooperation was signed between Air Astana, SCAT and Thai Airways.
Astana held bilateral talks of the aviation authorities of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Kingdom of Thailand on air communication with the participation of the airlines of the two states, BNews.kz reports with a reference to the Committee of Civil Aviation of the Ministry for Investments and Development of Kazakhstan.
Talks were held by Director General of Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand Mr. Chula Sukmanop and Chairman of the Committee of Civil Aviation of the Ministry for Investments and Development of Kazakhstan Talgat Lastayev.
Credit: Committee of Civil Aviation of MInistry for Investments and Development of Kazakhstan
At the meeting, the parties discussed the issues of code-share cooperation, destination points on the territory of the two states, flight security and others.
We note that at the present time the two states have direct regular air communication on the route Almaty - Bangkok with a frequency of 5 flights a week (+2 flights a week in winer) and Astana - Bangkok with a frequency of 3 flights a week by Air Astana.
Thus, following the talks, Kazakhstan's airline Air Astana received the right to sign code-share agreements with airlines of third states. New rights will result in many opportunities for Kazakhstan's passengers and will facilitate in further development of the transit potential of the country.