Boraldai Airport

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Boraldai Airport
Operator Altair Air
Location 5 km (3.1 mi) from Almaty, Kazakhstan
Coordinates 43°21′06″N 076°52′57″E / 43.35167°N 76.88250°E / 43.35167; 76.88250Coordinates: 43°21′06″N 076°52′57″E / 43.35167°N 76.88250°E / 43.35167; 76.88250
UAAR is located in Kazakhstan
Location in Kazakhstan
Direction Length Surface
m ft
02/20 1,460 4,790 Asphalt

Airport Boraldai (former name Burundai) (IATA: BXJICAO: UAAR) is situated within 5 km (3.1 mi) of Almaty city - a former capital of Kazakhstan. It is suitable for helicopters of all types, such as Mi-2, Mi-6, Mi-8, Mi-10, Ka-32 and light aircraft, such as An-24, An-26, An-30, An-72 and An-74. The territory of the airport area is 705,000 m2 (7,590,000 sq ft).

The complex includes: air terminal with an area of 1,501 m2 (16,160 sq ft); runway 1,460 m × 35 m (4,790 ft × 115 ft); two taxiways 14 m (46 ft) and 8 m (26 ft); technical maintenance base with the area of 1,981 m2 (21,320 sq ft); apron and parking stands; railway stub station and the hotel.

The owner of the airport is LLP "Altair Air". The airport is a main base for Kazakhstan airline Burundaiavia. The annual airshow of Kazakhstan takes place at the airport.

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