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Irtysh-Air (Kazakh: АО Авиакомпания «Иртыш-Аир») is an airline headquartered in Ekibastuz, Pavlodar Province, Kazakhstan. Despite the airline is based at Pavlodar Airport, it operates a domestic network within that country from its hub in Almaty International Airport. As of April 2012 , the company is banned from operating within the European Union.
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Irtysh–Air started operations on 22 April 2009 with a Pavlodar–Moscow-Domodedovo service.
On 11 May 2010, the Ministry of Transport and Communications of the Government of Kazakhstan authorised the carrier to operate on several domestic routes radiating from Almaty.
In July 2013
, following the Ministry of Transport and Communications revoking the operator 's certificate to three airlines, it was informed that Irtysh Air could also lose its license.
As of October 2011
, the airline serves the following destinations:
The Irtysh-Air fleet comprises the following aircraft:
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- ^ a b "Irtysh-Air Timetable (Effective 27 March – 29 October 2011)" (in Kazakh). Archived from the original on 15 June 2014.
- ^ "Контакты" [Contact] (in Kazakh). Irtysh-Air. Retrieved 2 May 2011.
АО Авиакомпания «Irtysh – Air» Республика Казахстан, 141202, Павлодарская область, город Экибастуз, ул. М.Ауэзова, 49А
- ^ "List of airlines banned within the EU". European Commission – Mobility & Transport. 3 April 2012. Archived from the original on 19 June 2012. Retrieved 19 June 2012.
- ^ Maslen, Richard (21 July 2013). "ROUTES CIS: Kazakhstan Takes Strong Stance with Airlines". Routes Online. Archived from the original on 15 June 2014.