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Air Astana Has Launched a New Codeshare Partnership With Azerbaijan Airlines

Air Astana has signed a new codeshare partnership with Azerbaijan Airlines (AZAL). The carriers will now operate joint flights between Baku and Almaty five times weekly.

Air Astana Airbus A321neo - Courtesy Airbus

On Monday (July 31st, 2023), Air Astana announced the launch of a new codeshare partnership with Azerbaijan Airlines (AZAL). Under the codeshare, the airlines will jointly operate five weekly returns between Baku and Almaty. The new agreement will provide Air Astana guests more flexibility, convenience and choice of flights between Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan. Customers will also enjoy the convenience of combined flights on a single ticket, and access to the wider network of routes and services by partner airlines.

Air Astana established their first interline partnership in 2005, and has since grown ties with other international carriers across Asia and Europe. In addition to AZAL, Air Astana currently maintains codeshare agreements with Asiana, Bangkok Airways, Cathay Pacific, KLM, Lufthansa and Turkish Airlines. The carrier plans to continue on exploring interline partnerships to provide customers with even more choices for traveling worldwide.

Founded in late 2001, Kazakhstan-based Air Astana operates a modern fleet of 38 western aircraft with an average age of 5.33 years (April 2022). The carrier’s fleet includes Airbus A320 Family and A320neo Family aircraft, as well as Boeing 767-300ERs and Embraer E190-E2s. Air Astana serves over 40 domestic and international routes and employs over 5,000 team members. In May 2019, the company launched FlyArystan, the region’s first truly low-cost carrier.

Source: Air Astana


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