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Scan through all non-stop flights from Yutian to Aksu. The full flight schedule below gives an overview of all non-stop flights from YTW to AKU, which includes the daily timetable of every operating airline for the upcoming 12 months.
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Currently, there is only one airline operating non-stop flights from Yutian YTW to Aksu AKU, which is China Express. This section gives an overview of the flight schedules and timetables of every airline with direct flights for this route.
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Flights from YTW to AKU are operated twice a week. Departure times vary between 22:10 - 22:25. The earliest flight departs at 22:10, the last flight departs at 22:25. However, this depends on the date you are flying so please check with the full flight schedule above to see which departure times are available on your preferred date(s) of travel.
You can fly in Economy and Business Class. Premium Economy and First Class are not available on this route (at least not as a non-stop flight).
The fastest direct flight from Yutian to Aksu takes 1 hour and 15 minutes. The flight distance between Yutian and Aksu is 197 miles (or 317 km).
There is 1 airport in Aksu: Aksu Airport (AKU).
There are 2 flights per week flying from Yutian to Aksu (as of July 2021).
1 hour and 15 minutes is the average flight time from Yutian to Aksu.
The distance from Yutian to Aksu is 197 miles (317 kilometers).
China Express is the only airline flying nonstop from Yutian to Aksu.
There are no alliances flying direct from Yutian to Aksu at the moment.
You can fly non-stop in Economy and Business Class.
Aircraft types that fly from Yutian to Aksu:
The earliest flight departs at 22:10 from Yutian and arrives at 23:25 at Aksu.
The latest flight departs at 22:25 from Yutian and arrives at 23:40 at Aksu.
197 miles (317 km) · 1h 15m
Canadair Regional Jet 900
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