Kazakhstan plans to resume flights to Thailand and Georgia in August. Turkey is still in question
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Kazakhstan plans to resume flights to Thailand and Georgia in August. This was announced by Dastan Ryspekov, RK MCS Chairman of the Tourism Industry Committee at a briefing in the CCS, Kazpravda.kz reports.
"As for the outbound tourism, on June 20, air communication with Turkey and South Korea was opened. From June 20 to July 4, 622 Kazakh tourists went to Turkey," Ryspekov said.
He noted that thanks to this, companies in the field of outbound tourism were able to start fulfilling their obligations to tourists, including those on previously postponed vouchers.
"Unfortunately, due to the worsening epidemiological situation, flights to Turkey were temporarily suspended. Given the improvement in the epidemiological situation, issues are currently being worked out to resume flights with a number of other countries, including flights to Thailand and Georgia in August. It all depends on the epidemiological situation. Today the option of resuming flights from August 10 is being considered," Ryspekov concluded.