|Operating bases||Mazari Sharif Airport|
|Headquarters||Mazari Sharif, Afghanistan|
Balkh Airlines was a short-lived airline headquartered in Mazar-i-Sharif, Afghanistan. From 1996 to 1997, it operated passenger flights out Mazari Sharif Airport using a single Boeing 727-100, competing with Ariana Afghan Airlines. The company had been founded to serve the needs of General Dostum, the Uzbek warlord ruling the north of Afghanistan at that time.
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