Air Astana will launch direct flights from Astana, the capital of Kazakhstan to New Delhi, the capital of India starting July 2017. The service will be operated three times a week on Airbus A320 and Embraer 190 aircraft. The new service will complement the existing daily connection between Almaty and New Delhi.
The Kazakhstan award-winning carrier offers travellers from New Delhi a wide range of convenient flight connections in Astana, with services to international destinations including Moscow, St. Petersburg, Istanbul, Kiev, Baku and Tbilisi as well as many cities across Kazakhstan. International passengers travelling through Astana between 1 June and 10 September 2017are entitled to free admission tickets for EXPO 2017 Astana - Future Energy.
On Mondays and Thursdays, the flight (KC 241) will depart Astana at 07.20 and arrive in New Delhi at 10:55, with the return flight (КС 242) departing New Delhi at 12.00 and arriving in Astana at 17.00 local time. On Sundays, flight (KC 249) flight will depart Astana at 20.35 and arrive in New Delhi at 00.10 (+1), with the return flight (КС 250) departing New Delhi at 01.10 and arriving in Astana at 06.10 local time.
Economy class return fares start at $316, with Business Class return fares starting at $1,873 including all taxes.
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