|Air Kazakhstan Information||Air Kazakhstan Destinations|
|Air Kazakhstan History||Air Kazakhstan Fleets|
|Air Kazakhstan Founded as Kazakhstan Airways||1990|
|Changed to Air Kazakhstan||10 March 1997|
|Ceased Operations||29 February 2004|
Air Kazakhstan was a nationalized airline of Kazakhstan. Air Kazakhstan operated international and domestic services. It had headquartered in Almaty.
Air Kazakhstan was found in 1995. It flew for Kazakhstan Govt. On 12th November 1996, in one of deathly air disasters, Air Kazakhstan Flight 1907, an Ilyushin Il-76 en route from Chimkent, Kazakhstan to New Delhi, India; crashed in-flight with Saudi Arabian Airlines Flight 763, a Boeing 747-168B en route from New Delhi, India to Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. And the 2 airline crashed in in-flight over the town of Charkhi Dadri, India, slaying all 349 aboard both airplanes.
Currently it is deathly mid-air accident in air travel history. After accumulating profound debts, it stopped operations on 29th February 2004. It was affirmed insolvent in April 2004 through court in Almaty.
Air Astana made it Air Kazakhstan as country's flag carrier.