Air flights to India available in routine mode
Astana. March 4. KazTAG - All the citizens of Kazakhstan have returned from India, while the flights are operated in the routine mode since March 4, said Aibek Smadyarov, official representative of the Foreign Ministry of Kazakhstan.
"Up to date, all the citizens of Kazakhstan who could not depart on February 28, March 1 and 2 have returned to Kazakhstan. Air Astana operates the flights in a routine mode since today," he said to the journalists.
He said "prior to this the flights had to land in Oman for refueling".
"Our diplomats are controlling the situation round the clock, a crisis center has been created. Big work has been done, the consul was staying in the airport almost all days and nights. Some people did not know about the crisis center and were coordinated directly," he added.
As it was reported, the passengers of Air Astana en route Delhi-Almaty could not depart from India following air space closing by Pakistan on February 27.
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