Starting from May 4, 2023, FlyArystan will begin operating flights on the route between Aktau in Kazakhstan and Yerevan in Armenia. The flights will operate twice a week, on Wednesdays and Saturdays, using Airbus A320 aircraft. This new route will provide passengers with a convenient and affordable way to travel between these two destinations, and will help to strengthen the economic and cultural ties between Kazakhstan and Armenia.
FlyArystan is a low-cost airline based in Kazakhstan, and is a subsidiary of Air Astana. The airline was founded in 2018 and began operations in May of that year. Since then, it has quickly grown to become one of the largest airlines in Central Asia, offering flights to more than 20 destinations across Kazakhstan, Russia, Georgia and other countries.
Zvartnots International Airport is the main international airport in Armenia, located just 12 km west of the capital city of Yerevan. It serves as the hub for the country’s national carrier, Armenia Airways, as well as a number of other airlines that fly to and from destinations around the world.
If you are interested in booking a flight on FlyArystan’s new route between Aktau and Yerevan, you can do so through the airline’s website or mobile app. You can also book through a travel agency or online travel booking site using our flight search and price comparison service. Be sure to check the airline’s baggage allowance and other policies before booking your flight, as well as any entry requirements or restrictions that may be in place for international travel.