Waysair Abu Dhabi operates flights to Almaty and Nur-Sultan
The carrier’s fleet includes 4 Airbus aircraft.
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The «Wizzair Abu Dhabi» company announced yesterday that it will operate its new flights from Abu Dhabi to Almaty and Nur-Sultan in Kazakhstan, starting from mid-May 2021, as these new flights are added to the company's portfolio of the 13 travel destinations.
The company stated in a statement that it will operate two flights per week to Almaty on Mondays and Fridays, while it will operate two flights to Nur-Sultan on Thursday and Sunday, noting that tickets are available at competitive prices starting from 159 dirhams through the website: (wizzair.com) and the company's mobile application.
"The new flights connecting Abu Dhabi, Almaty and Nur Sultan, will contribute to enhancing travel rates between the UAE and Kazakhstan, especially as it provides airline tickets at competitive prices," said the Director General of "Wizzair Abu Dhabi", Kis Van Shayk.
He added, "We are looking, through the new flights, to enhance air travel between the two countries, and to open the doors to new cultural experiences."
It is noteworthy that the fleet of "Abu Dhabi Wizzair" aircraft includes four all-new Airbus A321neo aircraft, which gives the company the lowest possible environmental footprint, compared to its competitors in the region.
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