Kazakhstan regional airline Qazaq Air will base one of its newly delivered  De Havilland Canada Dash 8-400s at Nursultan Nazarbayev International Airport. The turboprop began flights July 6 from the airport in the Kazakhstan capital of Nur-Sultan, formerly Astana. The airline plans to ultimately transfer all its fleet to Nur-Sultan from Almaty, which will enable it to operate 55 routes, including 24 direct services, Qazaq Air CEO Plamen Atanassov said. This month, the airline ...

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