Kazakhstan’s low-fare airline, FlyArystan, has introduced new services to India and Central Asia, set to launch in the next two months. 

Its new service from Almaty to New Delhi will start in late September and will be its second service to India, adding to the flights from Shymkent to New Delhi.

The carrier will also start operations between Astana and Dushanbe, the capital of  Tajikistan, in October and is also evaluating the launch of new services to destinations in the Middle East, including Abu Dhabi (UAE), Oman and Saudi Arabia, during the next stage of its network expansion.

Peter Foster, President and CEO of Air Astana Group, said: “The launch of FlyArystan in May 2019 has proven to be a tremendous success for Air Astana Group in pioneering the rapid development of low-cost markets in Kazakhstan and Central Asia.”

“Dramatic growth in demand from a completely new segment of passengers in these markets is being followed by an exciting new phase of international network expansion, with the launch of services to cities in dynamic India and Central Asia markets, plus others in the Middle East on the horizon.”

FlyArystan currently operates a fleet of 16 A320s and will add two more Airbus A320neo aircraft to its fleet by the end of 2023 to support this rapid network expansion.