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Air Astana offers free EXPO tickets to all International arriving Astana passengers

14.05.2017

Air Astana, Kazakhstan’s Skytrax award-winning national airline and the official carrier of Astana EXPO 2017, is offering its international passengers arriving in the capital, Astana, a free ticket to attend the international exposition taking place from June 10th to September 10th.

Everyone flying on an international flight originating outside of Kazakhstan with arrival in Astana between 1st June and 10th September 2017 will be able to get a free entrance ticket to EXPO 2017.

With its theme of ‘Energy of the Future’ EXPO 2017 is expected to attract more than two million visitors. The event aims to generate global discussion and develop knowledge to help control energy consumption and minimize damage to the environment.

More than 115 countries and 20 international organisations will demonstrate the latest know-how, eco-friendly technologies and green economy ideas under auspices of “Future Energy”.

How to get tickets:

Step 1. Enter your surname and booking reference number: https://airastana.com/ind/My- Booking/EXPO-2017

Step 2. Follow the instructions to receive a free open date EXPO ticket to your email.

Step 3. Exchange your open date ticket for a fixed date EXPO ticket at Official EXPO Ticket Offices
https://tickets.expo2017astana.com/ en/ticket-offices

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Air Astana, the national carrier of Kazakhstan, operates flights to over 60 domestic and international routes from hubs in Astana and Almaty. The company was incorporated in late 2001 and commenced operations on 15 May 2002. Air Astana fleet consists of Boeing 767, 757, Airbus A319, A320, A320neo, A321 and Embraer 190 aircraft. Air Astana became the first carrier from Russia, the Commonwealth of Independent States (the CIS) and Eastern Europe to be awarded the prestigious 4-Star rating by Skytrax at its World Airline Awards 2012 and was also named ‘The Best Airline in Central Asia and India’ that year. Both achievements were repeated in 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016.