The date of foundation – 1995
Controlled airspace - 2,757,300 sq. km.
The total length of air routes – 119, 055 km
Air corridors with neighboring states – 73
Over 220 thousand flights are operated at an average annual
More than 700 aircrafts are monitored daily (during peak periods)
Provide safe and high-quality air navigation services in The most efficient provider of air navigation services in the accordance with international standards Eurasian region (by 2025).
in promoting the civil aviation industry.
- The planning of air traffic services in the airspace and in the aerodrome areas of the Republic of Kazakhstan;
- CNS/ATM support;
- providing aeronautical information to airspace users of the Republic of Kazakhstan;
- flight safety oversight;
- aviation safety;
- meteorological flight support;
- initial training, retraining, advanced training
- aviation medical activities, certification of civil aviation staff.
The current level of civil aviation worldwide led the Enterprise to set new goals in order to improve the use of airspace and air traffic services, thereby ensuring high-quality flight safety by implementing new technologies in the public air navigation system. In December 2015, the Enterprise had adopted a new Development Programme until 2025. In January 2017, the Enterprise had introduced the Air Navigation Development Plan of the Republic of Kazakhstan for 2017-2019.
Development goals and objectives:
Goal 1. Cost reductions of airspace users of the Republic of Kazakhstan
Increasing access to aerodromes of the Republic of Kazakhstan
Improving operational flight efficiency by optimizing altitude procedures
Increasing access to airspace of the Republic of Kazakhstan
Goal 2. Improved quality of air navigation services
Implementing an advanced observation technique
Flight control system development
Aeronautical information system development
Goal 3. Increasing the economic efficiency of the Enterprise
Maintaining the effective tariff, budget and investment policies
Promotion of specialized centers
Annual fuel efficiency during takeoff and landing operations is 2% (since 2019);
Non-productive flight hours are expected to be reduced at 1.5% by 2019;
The efficiency of horizontal flight on route is expected to be increased at 10% by 2020;
Transit traffic is expected to be increased at 10% in 2020, at 30% by 2025.