|Hubs||Almaty International Airport|
|Frequent-flyer program||Nomad Club|
|Parent company||Samruk Kazyna|
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The airline was established in 1991 as Kazakhstan Airways but changed to Air Kazakhstan on 10 March 1997 (spelled as "Air Kazakstan" until 2001, when spelling changed to "Air Kazakhstan"). It ceased operations on 29 February 2004, after accumulating heavy debts and was declared bankrupt in April 2004 by the court in Almaty.
Air Astana succeeded Air Kazakhstan as the country's flag carrier.
- Azerbaijan – Baku
- Germany – Frankfurt, Hannover
- Hungary – Budapest
- India – Delhi
- Israel – Tel Aviv
- Kazakhstan – Aktau, Almaty, Astana, Atyrau, Karaganda, Kostanay, Pavlodar, Shymkent, Uralsk
- Russia – Moscow
- South Korea – Seoul
- Tajikistan – Dushanbe
- Thailand – Bangkok
- Turkey – Istanbul
- Ukraine – Donetsk
- United Arab Emirates – Dubai
Air Kazakhstan operated the following types as of April 2004:
- Airbus A310-300
- Antonov An-24
- Antonov An-24B
- Antonov An-24RV
- Antonov An-72
- Boeing 737-200
- Ilyushin Il-76T
- Ilyushin Il-86
- Tupolev Tu-134A
- Tupolev Tu-154B
- Tupolev Tu-154M
- Yakovlev Yak-40
- Yakovlev Yak-42D
- OAG World Airways Guide A-M, October 1997, pages 20, 28 and 32. Reed Publications. Retrieved on July 31, 2009.
- "World Airline Directory." Flight Global. 16–22 March 2004. 66.
- "Air Kazakhstan routes." Airline Route Maps. Retrieved on July 31, 2009.
- "Air Kazakhstan routes". airlineroutemaps.com. Archived from the original on 2018-05-26. Retrieved 2018-05-26.
- "Air Kazakhstan fleet". www.airkaz.com. Retrieved July 31, 2009.
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