6th January. Interfax-Russia.ru – The two largest Russian airlines, Aeroflot and S7, announced on Thursday that they would suspend ticket sales for flights to Kazakhstan.
“In connection with the current situation, the sale of tickets for Aeroflot’s own flights in Kazakhstan, scheduled for the next two weeks, has been temporarily suspended,” Aeroflot said.
The company also canceled flights from Moscow to the cities of Kazakhstan and back, scheduled for January 6-8: January 6 to Almaty (SU1946 / 1947), Nur-Sultan (SU1956 / 1957), Aktau (SU1954 / 1955); January 7 – to Alma-Ata (SU1946 / 1947), Nur-Sultan (SU1956 / 1957); January 8 – in Aktobe (SU1948 / 1949). Aeroflot will offer passengers of canceled flights a forced refund.
S7 suspended the sale of tickets for flights to / from Kazakhstan until January 23: both for its own (Moscow-Ust-Kamenogorsk, Omsk-Pavlodar, Novosibirsk – Nur-Sultan), and for those operated jointly with Air Astana.
“S7 Airlines flights are still planned for operation, according to the schedule, the next flight should take off on the night of January 8-9 (Moscow – Ust-Kamenogorsk),” the press service of the carrier said. In case of cancellation of flights, the company promises to inform passengers via SMS.