Kazakhstan-based Air Astana will increase frequencies on existing European routes and add new destinations to Paris and Prague after the European Union (EU) Air Safety Committee (ASC) lifted restrictions. According to the EU ASC, Air Astana has proved its safety systems and procedures are fully consistent with international standards. It is released from the frequency restrictions imposed upon it by the ASC in July 2009, following the failure of the Kazakhstan Civil Aviation Committee to ...

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