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|Commenced operations||September 1, 2011|
|Headquarters||Oral, West Kazakhstan Province, Kazakhstan|
Bek Air is an airline in Kazakhstan. Bek Air was founded in 1999 as a business jet operator. In 2008, Bek Air purchased stock of shares in Oral Ak Zhol Airport which is currently a base airport for the company. Bek Air has committed to investing KZT10 million a month in order to reconstruct the airport's runway which is in poor condition.
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Bek Air's destinations include :
- Aktau - Aktau Airport
- Aktobe - Aktobe Airport
- Almaty - Almaty International Airport
- Atyrau - Atyrau Airport
- Karaganda - Sary-Arka Airport
- Kostanay - Kostanay Airport
- Kyzylorda - Kyzylorda Airport
- Nur-Sultan - Nursultan Nazarbayev International Airport
- Oral - Oral Ak Zhol Airport
- Oskemen - Oskemen Airport
- Pavlodar - Pavlodar Airport
- Shymkent - Shymkent Airport
- Zhezkazgan - Zhezkazgan Airport
The Bek Air fleet consists of the following aircraft as of August 2019:
Bek Air acquired its first Fokker 100 in 2012 after initially leasing aircraft from InvestAvia. In 2013, a second Fokker 100 was purchased from Mass Lease from the Netherlands and between 2014 and 2017, another 6 Fokker 100 aircraft were leased from Mass Lease. In 2019, 1 more Fokker 100 was bought from Air Panama.
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