Almaty International Airport
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.
The airport’s capacity and resources for servicing aircrafts and passengers has increased significantly with the completion of the new terminal. This building has an up-to-date infrastructure. The latest scientific and technical achievements have been employed here.
Many air companies have chosen the airport for implementing regular flights and technical landings: Sapsan, Zhezkazgan Air, Semei Avia, Air Astana, Asia Wings, SCAT - Kazakhstan; Rusline, Transaero - Russia; International airlines of Ukraine, Aerosvit, Czech Airlines, Donbass Aero - Ukraine; Uzbek airlines -Uzbekistan; Tajik Air, Samon Air - Tajikistan; Turkmen airlines -Turkmenistan; Air Baltic - Latvia; KLM – the Netherlands; British Midland International – Great Britain; Lufthansa – Germany; China Southern - China; Mahan Air – Iran; Asiana Airlines - Korea; Air Arabia , Etihad - United Arab Emirates.
Information about the flights arriving to the Almaty Airport and the flights departing from the Almaty Airport is available here Arrival Info On-line / Departure Info On-line
Passengers can book a flight and pay for a ticket on the Air Astana website www.airastana.com. Phone numbers +7(727)244-44-77
Official site: http://alaport.com/
Address: Almaty, 2, Mailin street.
Information by phone 155 (local calls in Almaty)
+7 (727) 270-3333 (distant calls to Almaty)