The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has called on the Kazakhstan government to spend more money to upgrade the country’s airports. Airport capacity at Kazakhstan’s main international gateway, Almaty International Airport, “lags well behind the three-fold increase [in traffic] that has occurred since 2004,” when the airport was last upgraded, the association’s director general, Tony Tyler, told delegates Sept. 13 at an IATA Aviation Day in Astana, Kazakhstan’s political ...
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