Qazaq Air

By Kurt Hofmann
The airline is being privatized to meet the growing demand for air travel and reduce the Kazakhstan government's involvement in the civil aviation industry.
Airlines & Lessors

By Kurt Hofmann
Air Astana’s growth reflects a continued demand for air travel in Kazakhstan.
Airlines & Lessors

By Kurt Hofmann
The privatization of Qazak Air is being executed by the sole owner of the company, Kazakhstan’s sovereign wealth fund Samruk-Kazyna.
Airlines & Lessors

By Wesley Charnock
Airline outlines its plan to target "big carriers all around the world" for interline agreements.
Airports & Networks

By Edward Robertson
Kazakhstan needs to promote itself better as a tourist destination if it is to see serious growth in passenger numbers, delegates at Routes Silk Road 2019 have been told.
Airports & Networks

By Routes News
China is setting out its stall for a $900bn investment programme to nurture new trade links between East and West. Routes News looks at the opportunities for air transport providers.
Airports & Networks

By Richard Maslen
The airline will initially operate with a fleet of three 78-seat turboprops acquired via Abu Dhabi-based VVIP charter airline Falcon Aviation Services. The first aircraft was ferried in a predominantly white livery from the Bombardier factory at Toronto’s Downsview Airport to the carrier’s Almaty International Airport base between June 30, 2015 and July 2, 2015 via Vancouver, Keflavik, London Southend and Minsk.
Airports & Networks