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New flights to the airport in Issyk-Kul


International airport in Issyk-Kul, located next to the famous lake in Kyrgyzstan, will soon receive flights from several cities of Kazakhstan and Russia. New flights to Issyk-Kul lake will be open after the end of reconstruction. It is expected that all work will be completed by June 2016, the air harbour will be able to work in a new regime since mid-summer.

As reported in the press service located in Tamchy airport, the moment Issyk-Kul is preparing to host big Airliners — work on the improvement and expansion of the runway, established the modern system of landing of a passenger aircraft with uninterrupted supply of electricity and new lighting equipment. The length of the runway has increased to 3,800 meters, so the airport after the opening will be able to take aircraft of large size.

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To the modernization of the international airport in Tamchy took only one international flight — a plane Almaty-Tamchy-Almaty, but now the flights will be operated on three international routes: in Almaty, Astana and Shymkent. In addition, to change the work schedule of the terminal — the aircraft will be operated around the clock all year long and not just during the summer season as previously.

According to the authorities Issyk-Kul, currently being negotiated with the major airlines of Kazakhstan and Russia on the extension of the flight program and the opening of new routes. According to preliminary estimates, after the reconstruction of the resort to visit Kazakhstanis to 150,000 annually.

Category: Airway
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Date of publication: 29.04.2016

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