The Dutch airline KLM will stop flights from Amsterdam to Astana and Almaty. This change is happened because of economic reasons, also the result of optimization of KLM's route network, reports the official page of the airline on Facebook.

‘We regret to inform you that despite the announcement earlier announced on the transition to the seasonal flight program to Kazakhstan, KLM will not resume flights from 2018 for the summer season (April-October) on a circular route: Amsterdam-Astana / Almaty (KL405 / KL407)’, wrote the Dutch airline.

Recall, over the last years, British Airways, Austrian Airlines, and Emirates Etihad stopped the flight to Almaty.

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