Air Astana to Launch Services to Heraklion

Air Astana will launch direct services from Nur-Sultan and Almaty to Heraklion, capital of the Greek island of Crete on 1st June 2022.

All flights will be operated using latest generation Airbus A321LR aircraft on Mondays and Wednesdays from Nur-Sultan, and on Tuesdays and Thursdays from Almaty. Additional frequencies from both cities are under consideration.

Return airfares including taxes start from US$655 in economy class for departures from Almaty and from US$653 for departures from Nur-Sultan. Tickets are available on the Air Astana website and at sales offices, as well as accredited travel agencies.

Passengers travelling to Greece must provide a negative PCR test result made within 72 hours of the estimated arrival time or an express coronavirus test made 24 hours prior to the estimated arrival time. These requirements are not mandatory for children aged under 5 years old and fully vaccinated passengers. All travellers are subject to random obligatory Covid-19 tests by local health authorities upon arrival.

Air Astana resumed its twice-weekly services from London Heathrow to Kazakhstan’s capital Nur-Sultan. Flights on Saturdays and Wednesdays are operated using Airbus A321LR aircraft.

Air Astana announced earlier that all flights to the Russian Federation are suspended with immediate effect.

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