Kazakhstan to reduce number of flights to South Korea and Iran due to coronavirus
Astana. February 26. KazTAG - Kazakhstan will reduce the number of air flights to South Korea and Iran from March 1 due to coronavirus, reports the Ministry of Industry and Infrastructural Development.
"Due to epidemiological situation in South Korea and Iran the Government of Kazakhstan is taking measures for prevention of the virus outbreak in Kazakhstan. By the resolution of interdepartmental commission the number of regular flights will be limited from March 1 2020 as follows: Air Astana: Almaty-Seoul from five to one flight per week; Nur-Sultan Seoul- from two to one flight per week; Asiana Airlines: Almaty-Seoul: from two to one flight per week; Mahan Air: Almaty-Teheran weekly flight will be terminated," said the report.
Passengers are recommended "to refrain from the trips to South Korea in the near future, and also to take into account the measures taken for return of people from South Korea to Kazakhstan.
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