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Kazakhstan Resumes Air Travel with China Two Years After Suspending Flights

NUR-SULTAN – Kazakhstan and China will resume flights from July 1, more than two years after being grounded, announced the Chinese Embassy in Kazakhstan. The timetable and routes are expected to be announced soon.

Nursultan Nazarbayev International Airport  in country’s capital. Photo credit: forbes.kz

China introduced new rules for Kazakh citizens to enter the country. Before departure, passengers must spend 10 days in self-isolation, monitor their health, and sign the corresponding letter of guarantee. 

Passengers are required to pass a PCR test twice within 48 hours and 24 hours before their departure in laboratories recommended by the embassy and the General Consulate in Kazakhstan. 

Passengers must present a blue health code via the mobile app and a negative antigen test certificate taken at least 12 hours prior to the flight during check-in.

On the Kazakh side, on June 7, the Interdepartmental Commission on the prevention and…

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