Air Astana resumed flights between Kazakhstan and Ukraine on 19 August, when it operated a Kyiv-Almaty flight.
Air Astana’s Regional Manager in Ukraine Galymzhan Bazilbayev announced this on his Facebook page, the CFTS portal reports.
"Regular flights between Kyiv and Almaty officially resumed today," he wrote.
As reported earlier, flights on the Kyiv-Almaty route will be operated three times per week (on Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays).
According to information on the airline’s official website, passengers arriving in Kazakhstan from Ukraine must undergo temperature measurements and fill in questionnaires. PCR tests and quarantine are not required.