Sary-Arka Airport (Kazakh: Сарыарқа Әуежайы, Russian: Аэропорт Сары-Арка) is the airport in Karaganda, Kazakhstan. It is located 20 kilometers south of the city.
The airport was built in 1934, and moved to its current location after 10 years. In 1980 it underwent major reconstruction, including construction of the new terminal building and modernization of the runway. This made landing of heavier aircraft possible and opened the door to many new destinations of the Soviet Union.
In 1992 the airport was granted an international status. It has become an independent joint stock company after separation from JSC "Karagandaavia" in 1997.Not related to "Saryarka National Park" on the World Heritage List
Airlines and destinations
<center><gallery>Image:KGF_IMG_6771.JPG|Sary-Arka Airport at nightImage:KGF_IMG_7035.JPG|Sary-Arka Airport at nightImage:KGF_IMG_7039.JPG|Check-in & International Departures LoungeImage:KGF_IMG_7040.JPG|Check-in & Domestic Departures LoungeImage:KGF_IMG_7042.JPG|Airport interiorImage:KGF_IMG_7043.JPG|Airbus A-319 of Air Astana</gallery></center>