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Kazakhstan Airlines - by Jion Caryn

12 November 2005

New Delhi to Almaty Kazakhstan and return with Kazakhstan airlines. I was somewhat nervous about flying with an Eastern bloc airline but on first sight the aircraft (737) seemed well turned out clean and looked after. The same also could be said of the cabin crew bar one Hostess who seemed to be unwilling to help anyone. One older male steward was very helpful when it turned out he was the only person on the aircraft I could talk to. The food was a tad take it or leave it with the choice of with meat or without. Alleged to be chicken by the actions of the aforementioned steward, guess he couldn't do a Goat! But far from the worse I've eaten on an aircraft. Both outward bound & return flights were late departures due to the antics of ground staff and troops in India. The crew on the return flight although appearing to speak no English were excellent as was the food and drink. The inflight magazine was one of the best I've seen in both Russian & English and passed a good hour or so to read. I was somewhat surprised at the amount of hand luggage allowed into the cabin, making it awkward for the staff, but all recorded safety and flight details were in Russian and repeated in workable English. In all quite a novel but a fun experience, when the new terminal at Almaty is finished (If ever) it would make the whole thing a lot more easy and less intimidating to enter Kazakhstan.

Kazakhstan Airlines - by Joe Pollard

24 October 2003

Almaty to Atyrau with this airline last week. The plane was a Yakolev 42. I was worried about flying with an almost unknown airline. On the outside the plane looked okay, but the interior was a mess, broken seats. It did not look like the plane had any kind of work done on the interior since it was built. The food was as the previous comment says - meat or meat.

Kazakhstan Airlines - by Saqib Yaman

11 September 2003

Seoul-Almaty-Seoul by Kazakh airlines this Aug'03. It was dirty inside the plane & toilet. No pillows or blankets on any sector. My return flight was delayed by 17hours and I was sitting in a broken seat. The delay at Almaty airport made me miss my connection from Seoul & onward. Pathetic ground service at Almaty airport. Food was ok but not adequate in quantity. Cabin crew could be a bit friendlier & smarter. Being the sole operator into Kazakhstan from different countries, it is having a monopoly and pretty costly. I hope that they get new aircrafts along with opening up the new airport. I'll opt for other option from Seoul or any other Asian country to Almaty if available.


Kazakhstan Airlines - by Jim Lewis  

08 August 2002

Recently I flew New Dehli to Alamty Kazakhstan and return with Kazakhstan airlines. I was somewhat nervous about flying with an Eastern bloc airline but on first sight the aircraft (737) seemed well turned out clean and looked after. The same also could be said of the cabin crew bar one Hostess who seemed to be unwilling to help anyone.  One older male steward was very helpful when it turned out he was the only person on the aircraft I could talk to. The food was a tad take it or leave it with the choice of with meat or without. Alleged to be chicken by the actions of the aforementioned steward, Guess he couldn't do a Goat! But far from the worse I've eaten on an aircraft.  Both outward bound & return flights were late departures due to the antics of ground staff and troops in India & Kazakhstan, not due to the airline.  The crew on the return flight although appearing to speak no English were excellent as was the food and drink. The inflight magazine was one of the best I've seen in both Russian & English and passed a good hour or so to read. I was somewhat surprised at the amount of hand luggage allowed into the cabin, sometimes making it a tad awkward for the airline staff, but all recorded safety and flight details were in Russian and repeated in good workable English. In all quite a novel but a fun experience, when the new terminal at Almaty is finished (If ever) it would make the whole thing a lot more easy and less intimidating to enter Kazakhstan.



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