Operator index for Kazakhstan
Last updated: 8 March 2011
A list of aircraft operators that have that have suffered an accident, serious incident or hijacking. The list may also contain defunct airlines or airlines that in the meantime have changed their name or have merged.

Airlines:
Aero Air Company
Aeroflot, Kazakstan Civil Aviation Directorate (assets taken over by Kazakstan Airlines)
Aeroprakt KZ
Aerotur-KZ Airlines (Erroneously named "Aerotour KZ" on EU list)
Air Almaty
Air Astana
Air Division of EKA
Air Kokshetau (also known as Kokshetau Avia)
Air Trust Aircompany
AK Sunkar Aircompany
Almaty Aviation
Araiavia
Arkhabay
Asia Continental Airlines
Asia Continental Avialines
Asia Wings
Astana Flown Spur
ATMA Airlines
Atyrau Airways
Avia-Jaynar
Bek Air
Berkut Air Services
Berkut KZ
Berkut State Air Company
Berkut West
Beybars Aircompany
BGB Air
Burundaiavia (named "BURUNDAYAVIA AIRLINES" in E.U. blacklist)
Burundayavia Airlines
Comlux
Deta Air
East Wing (formerly GST Aero Aircompany)
EOL Air
Euro-Asia Air
Euro-Asia Air International
Excellent Glide
Fenix
Flamingo (named AIR FLAMINGO on EU list)
Fly Jet KZ
GST Aero Air Company (continued as East Wing)
IJT Aviation
Investavia
Irbis
Irtysh-Air
Jet Airlines
Jet One
Kaz Air Jet (named "KAZAIR JET" on E.U. blacklist)
Kazair West
Kazairtrans Airline
Kazakhstan Airlines
Kazavia
Kazaviaspas (named "Kaviaspas" on EU list)
Luk Aero (named Eastern Express until 2013)
MAK Air
Mega Aircompany
MIRAS Air
Navigator
Olimp Air
Orient Eagle Airways
Orlan 2000
Pankh Center Kazakhstan
Prime Aviation
Salem Aircompany
Samal Air
Sayakhat Airlines
Sayat Air
SCAT
SemeyAvia
Skybus
Skyjet
Skyservice
Starline KZ
Tahmid Air
Trans-Asia (ceased operations about 1999)
Tulpar Avia Service
Tyan Shan
Ust-Kamenogorsk
Zhersu Avia
Zhetysu Aircompany
Zhezair (also known as Zhezkaganair)

Flying schools, Aeroclubs, Paraclubs:
Association Of Amateur Pilots Of Kazakhstan

Government:
Kazakhstan Government

Military:
Kazakhstan Border Guards