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Kazakhstan has good international air connections through numerous carriers including the good national airline, Air Astana (www.airastana.com). The best fares from Western Europe are often via İstanbul with Turkish Airlines or Pegasus, or via Kiev with Ukraine International Airways.
In addition to flights to/from Almaty, Astana and Aktau airports, Atyrau has direct flights to/from Amsterdam and İstanbul. Several cities around the country have direct Moscow flights.
Almaty International Airport is the country's busiest. There are several direct flights each week to/from Amsterdam (KLM), Frankfurt (Lufthansa), İstanbul (Turkish and Pegasus Airlines), London (British Airways) and Prague (Czech Airlines). Air Astana also serves these destinations.
Air Astana and Transaero have daily flights to/from Moscow; Air Astana and Rossiya fly to/from St Petersburg; and S7 flies to/from Novosibirsk (all from US$230 one way).
Air Astana and Ukraine International connect Almaty with Kiev, and Air Astana provides Baku and Tbilisi flights (all from US$240 one-way).
Within Central Asia, Air Astana makes a few weekly flights to/from Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan (from US$80); Air Astana and/or Uzbekistan Airways go daily to/from Tashkent in Uzbekistan (from US$145); Tajikistan's Dushanbe is served daily by Air Astana, Tajik Air or Somon Air (from US$150); and Turkmenistan Airlines flies twice weekly to/from Ashgabat (US$240).
Elsewhere within Asia, Air Astana flies to/from Bangkok (from US$550 one-way), Beijing (also served by Hainan Airlines; US$490), Delhi (US$340), Hong Kong (US$380), Kuala Lumpur (US$600), Seoul (also served by Asiana; US$660) and Ürümqi (also served by China Southern; US$245).
Astana International Airport has a range of international flights, with Lufthansa and Air Astana flying from Frankfurt; Austrian Airlines from Vienna; and Turkish Airlines and Air Astana from İstanbul. Air Astana also flies from Baku (from US$240 one way), Beijing (US$675), Bishkek (US$130), Kiev (along with Ukraine International; US$225), Moscow (with Transaero; US$245), Novosibirsk (US$225), St Petersburg (with Rossiya; US$270), Tashkent (with Uzbekistan Airways; US$160), Ürümqi (with China Southern; US$175) and Yekaterinburg (US$205).
Aktau Airport in the far west is a hub for trans-Caspian flights, with direct services to/from Baku, (from US$165 one-way), Tbilisi (US$170), Yerevan (US$155), İstanbul (US$280), Astrakhan (US$170) and several other cities in southern Russia, and Kiev (US$265). Most flights are with the Kazakhstani airline SCAT.