Air Astana announces Paris-Almaty service

Buying Business Travel | November 25, 2019

Air Astana announces Paris-Almaty service
Air Astana has announced it will launch a direct service between Paris-Charles de Gaulle in June 2020 with three flights a week. Flights will operate on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays, departing Paris at 1920 and arriving in Almaty at 0635 local time. The return service leaves at 1415 and arrives at 1800 local time. Services will be operated by Air Astana’s Airbus A321LR aircraft, which entered the airline’s fleet last month and features economy and business class seats.

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The video features 14 Delta pilots and flights attendants representing different countries and languages as the stars of the video, helping to drive the perception that Delta is a global brand. Cabin lighting and graphics throughout the video position Delta as innovative, while safety, as always, remains the focus.