List of airlines of Russia,
Yamal, Yakutia, VIM, UTair, Ural, S7, Red Wings, Pobeda, Orenburg, Aeroflot, NordStar, Smartavia (Nordavia), Angara, IrAero, JSC Izhavia, RusLine, Rossiya Airlines, iFly Airlines, Azimuth Airlines, Pegas FLY, Nordwind Airlines.
Yamal Airlines is an airline based in Salekhard, Russia. Yamal Airlines operates regional passenger services and was established in 1997. Yamal Airlines serves the following destinations; Ukraine, Montenegro, Belarus, Kazakhstan.
Yakutia Airlines's Airplane, Boeing 737-800
UTair is a Russian airline in Tyumen. UTair operates scheduled domestic flight operations. UTair operates scheduled flight services to regional international destinations. UTair uses ATR and Boeing Aircrafts for flight operations.
Ural Airlines is an airline based in Yekaterinburg. It operates scheduled domestic and international flights. During its history the company has won the National Aviation Award "Wings of Russia" 14 times.
PJSC Siberia Airlines operating as S7 Airlines, is an airline headquartered in Novosibirsk Oblast, Russia. S7 has operated scheduled passenger flights to destinations in Russia, as well as international services to Austria, Azerbaijan, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Spain, Tajikistan, Thailand, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and the United Arab Emirates.
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Red Wings Airlines's Airplane, Sukhoi Super Jet 100
Red Wings Airlines is an airline based in Vnukovo Airport, Western Administrative Okrug, Moscow, Russia. Red Wings Airlines operates scheduled domestic and some international passenger services, some destinations in Europe; Antalya, Heraklion, Barcelona.
Red Wings Airlines Fleet; Red Wings operates 15 Airbus (11 Airbus A321, 4 Airbus A320) aircraft, 7 Sukhoi SuperJet (SSJ 100) aircraft and 2 Boeing 777 aircraft.
Pobeda is a Russian low-cost airline and a wholly owned subsidiary of Aeroflot. Pobeda Airlines operates scheduled services to domestic and international destinations.
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Aeroflot's Airplane, Airbus A320
Aeroflot is the flag carrier and largest airline of the Russian Federation. The carrier operates domestic and international passenger and services.
Smartavia's Airplane, Boeing 737-700
Smartavia is a low cost airline in Russia. Smartavia operates scheduled domestic and regional flight services. Smartavia fleet consists of 14 aircraft, including 9 Boeing 737-800 NG, 3 Boeing 737-700 NG and 2 Airbus А320neo. .
RusLine's Airplane, Bombardier Crj-100
Rossiya's Airplane, Airbus A319
Rossiya Airlines is a part of Aeroflot. Rossiya Airlines is based at Pulkovo (Saint-Petersburg). Rossiya operates domestic and international flights. Rossiya Airlines offers affordable prices Far Eastern destinations of the Russian.
iFLY's Airplane, Boeing 737-200
Azimuth Airlines's Airplane, Sukhoi Super Jet 100
Azimuth Airline is a regional carrier of the Southern Russia. Azimuth based in Rostov airport Platov. Azimuth Airlines operates mostly scheduled domestic and regional flights.
Azimuth Airlines Fleet; Azimuth Airlines Fleet consist of 11 Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft.
Pegas Fly's Airplane, Boeing 737-800
Pegas Fly is a Russian airline established in 1993. The airlines started operation in 2015 under the commercial name Pegas Fly. in addition to domestic flights Pegas Fly operates scheduled flights from Zhukovsky International Airport to leisure destinations throughout Europe, Africa, and Asia.
Nordwind Airlines Airplane, Boeing 777-200
Nordwind Airlines's Logo
Nordwind Airlines is a leisure airline in Russia. Nordwind Airlines generally fly to 75 cities in 17 countries for holiday purposes. Nordwind Airlines operates Seasonal Charter flights.