Almaty International Airport

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The airport was founded in 1935. Up to 1990 it was the part of Kazakh Department of Civil Aviation. On April 26, 1991 the airport had been re-organized into "Alma-Ata Airport", and beginning from 1993 it run as an independent business unit. In 1994 it was re-organized into OJSC "Almaty Airport", later re-named to JSC Almaty International Airport.

The Almaty International Airport (Almaty, Kazakhstan) has an advantageous geographical location on the route from South-Eastern Asia to Europe and back.

Currently the Almaty International Airport personnel works hard to improve the facilities making able the technical landing of and cargo transportations with such large aircrafts as Boeing 747. Using the Almaty airport for the re-fueling of Boeing 747 aircrafts allows for economic benefits to the airlines as the aircrafts' capacity may be increased.


Almaty International Airport
2 Maylin st.
Almaty 050039

Contact Info
+7 (727) 270-3333

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