Kazakhstan’s first low-cost airline begins its service at Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen International Airport on March 28
The white and red steelbirds of FlyArystan has landed in Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen International Airport (IATA Code: SAW) on March 28. The low-cost airline from Kazakhstan will be flying its A320 two times a week on Fridays and Sundays from Turkistan to Istanbul.
This new journey taken by Air Astana’s very own low-cost airline has made SAW its second international destination complementing the airline’s existing network of 32 domestic destinations.
FlyArystan A320 will be making direct flights from Turkistan, growing the connection between the two cities. The presence of FlyArystan at SAW will be extending the airport’s network to reach beyond Central Asia and China.
With FlyArystan in SAW, passengers can look forward to an easier route to visit the city of Turkistan. Filled with unique architectural monuments and rich history, it is best known for its large industrial, educational and cultural developments, which attract both domestic and international tourists all year round.