Kazakhstan-based regional carrier Qazaq Air, which launched flights in August, said it had a good start and operations are going well. “We have currently three Bombardier Q400s operating domestically and carrying 2,000 passengers a week,” CEO Blair Pollok told ATW by email. ATW previously reported these aircraft were leased from Falcon Aviation Services of Abu Dhabi. Pollok hopes to increase the number of passengers to 263,000 in 2016. “Our plans are to remain domestic ...

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