SCAT Airlines starts three new international routes from Kazakhstan

SCAT Airlines starts three new international routes from Kazakhstan

Batumi International Airport celebrated the arrival of SCAT Airlines’ new twice-weekly 737 service from Aktau in Kazakhstan with this combined cake and ribbon cutting ceremony.

  • SCAT Airlines of Kazakhstan has added three more international routes to its network. All three routes began on 5 June, one each to Azerbaijan (Baku), Georgia (Batumi) and Russia (Sochi/Adler). None will be served with more than two weekly flights. No other carrier operates any of the three new routes. SCAT Airlines currently operates a fleet of 16 aircraft; six CRJ 200s, six 737s of various types and four 757s.
Launched From To Aircraft (WF) Competition (WF)
5 June Aktau (SCO) Batumi (BUS) B735 (2)
Sochi/Adler (AER) B733 (1)
Atyrau (GUW) Baku (GYD) CRJ2 (2)
Source: anna.aero’s New Route Database. OAG Schedules Analyser for w/c 7 June 2016. WF = Weekly frequencies.

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