The flight will be operated on Airbus A320 aircraft
From May 15th, Air Astana will open scheduled flights from Almaty to Batumi, every Monday, Wednesday, Wednesday and Saturday, three times a week. The airline notified the business information center Kapital.kz of this matter.
The flight will be operated by Airbus A320 aircraft.
“On Monday and Wednesday, flight KS 169 departs Almaty at 12:00 and arrives in Batumi at 14:30. The return flight KS 170 departs Batumi at 15:30 and arrives in Almaty at 21:35.
Every Saturday, flights from Almaty will depart at 9:30 and arrive in Batumi at 12:00. The return flight will depart from Batumi at 13:00 and arrive in Almaty at 19:05.
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The duration of the Almaty-Batumi flight is 4 hours and 30 minutes, and the duration of the Batumi-Almaty flight is 4 hours and 5 minutes.
The cost of a round-trip ticket (including all taxes and fees) starts from 131,000 tenge in economy class and 285,035 tenge in business class.
“To enter Georgia, you need to take a negative test for COVID-19 in English or Russian, and the test time does not exceed 72 hours from receiving the materials to the arrival. Air Astana said in a statement that the vaccinated Passengers may not show proof of PCR test results, provided they provide documents confirming the full course (two doses) of any vaccine against COVID-19.
Entering Kazakhstan, all passengers including citizens of the Republic of Kazakhstan must undergo a negative test for COVID-19, which is valid for 3 days from the date the results are released to the arrival.
The entry health requirements of the two countries have been issued On the airline’s website.