Russia’s Transaero Airlines (UN) and Kazakhstan-based Air Astana (KC) have agreed to add one more frequency for each carrier on Moscow-Almaty (ALA) and Moscow-Astana (TSE) routes, due to growing demand. Each airline now will operate 15 flights per week between Moscow and ALA, and eight flights per week between Moscow and TSE. Last week Russia and Kazakhstan decided to amend their bilateral agreement (ATW Daily News, May 18). Currently, only one carrier from each side—UN and ...

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