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Aeroflot is Russia’s de facto national carrier and largest airline. The Legal name is Public Joint Stock Company "Aeroflot – Russian Airlines" (PJSC «Aeroflot"). The Russian government owns 51% of Aeroflot. Founded in 1923, it is one of the oldest airlines in the world and one of the most recognizable Russian brands. It is based at the Sheremetyevo airport. Aeroflot, under the summer schedule 2016, operates flights to 131 destinations in 50 countries In 2015, Aeroflot carried 26.1 million passengers. The total of 39.4 million passengers flew with all companies of Aeroflot Group. In 2015 Aeroflot was named by SKYTRAX as the Best Airline in Eastern Europe for the fourth time.
AirBaltic – a Regional Airline
Latvian airline A/S Air Baltic Corporation (airBaltic) was founded in 1995. Its primary shareholder is the Latvian state, which holds 80.05% of the stock, while Ralf-Dieter Montag-Girmes holds around 20% through his fully-owned Aircraft Leasing 1 SIA. airBaltic is a hybrid airline taking the best practices both from traditional network airlines and low cost carriers.
In 2008, airBaltic changed its operating model from a point-to-point carrier to a network airline making Riga a connecting hub between East and West.
The top priorities of airBaltic are – safety, punctuality and service.
The air company Air Moldova is the leading air carrier on the civil aviation market of the Republic of Moldova. Air Moldova is one of the most wide recognized brands in Moldova, founded in January 12, 1993, by the decree of the President of the Republic of Moldova.
Air Moldova Company operates flights to 25 directions: Athens, Antalya, Barcelona, Bologna, Brussels, Dublin, Verona, Vienna, Larnaca, Lisbon, London, Madrid, Milan, Moscow, Paris, Rome, Saint-Petersburg, Istanbul, Frankfurt, Heraklion, Venice, Turin and Florence, plus the seasonal destinations – Tivat and Corfu. On board of its aircrafts “Air Moldova” offers its passengers two classes of service – Business and Economy.
Currently, Air Moldova holds about 50% from the air passengers flow registered on the local market.
China Southern Airlines
China Southern Airlines Co., Ltd., a proud member of SkyTeam, is directly affiliated with China Southern Air Holding Company, specializing in air transportation services. With headquarters based in Guangzhou, China Southern Airlines’ company logo can be seen around the globe with a brilliant red kapok delicately adoring a blue vertical tail fin.
China Southern Airlines operates the largest fleet, most developed route network and largest passenger capacity of any airline in The People's Republic of China.
Currently, China Southern Airlines operates 700 passenger and cargo transport aircrafts, including Boeing 787，777,747, 757& 737 and Airbus A380, A330, A321,A320, A319. The airline fleet is ranked the first in Asia and the 4th in the world (Data: IATA, in terms of fleet size) .China Southern Airlines is the first airline in the world to operate both A380 and 787.
Today’s Air China can trace its origins to 1988 when Air China International Corporation was established. In October 2002, based on an industry reform plan formulated by the central government, Air China International Corporation, China Aviation Corporation and China Southwest Airlines merged, and the surviving company was still called Air China International Corporation. In September 30, 2004, Air China International Corporation was rebranded as Air China Limited. In December 2004 Air China Limited became a publicly traded company on Hong Kong Stock Exchange (SEHK: 0753) and London Stock Exchange (LSE: AIRC).
Since its beginning, Hainan Airlines has seen 23 years of safe operations and has accumulated over 5 million hours of safe flights maintaining an outstanding safety record and has been listed as one of JACDEC (Jet Airliner Crash Data Evaluation Centre) the World’s top 10 safest airlines for the third time. Hainan Airlines’ fleet is mainly comprised of Boeing 737s and 787s, and Airbus 330s. As of December 2015, Hainan Airlines has 162 aircrafts in operation, which are used for both passenger and cargo transportation, and provide passengers with individual space in first class, and a spacious new business class. Since 2011, Hainan Airlines, with its high quality service standards and continuous years of service innovation, has won five consecutive global SKYTRAX five-star airline ratings.
Hainan Airlines inherits“Oriental hospitality”, advocates a “respect for the customer” service spirit, follows the “SMILE” service standard, passes on the “cherished experience” brand philosophy, highlights the “Oriental Beauty” new international brand image, becoming a world-class aviation enterprise and brand for the Chinese nation.
What started as a humble, little aerial crop dusting operation called Huff Daland Dusters in 1924 has now grown into one of the world’s largest global airlines, helping more than 160 million travelers get to the places they want to go to each year.
Air France is a global top-flight player in its three main businesses, namely passenger air traffic (Passenger), freight traffic (Cargo) and aviation maintenance. The airline operates flights to 300 destinations in 114 countries, mainly from its Paris-Charles de Gaulle hub. Air France is a founding member of the SkyTeam global alliance, alongside Korean Air, Aeromexico and Delta. To accompany its passengers to a range of ever-more varied, surprising and inspiring locations worldwide, Air France-KLM has formed over 80 partnerships with the largest airlines.
S7 Airlines (Siberia Airlines brand) has a wide domestic route network, created on the basis of air transport hubs in Moscow (Domodedovo) and Novosibirsk (Tolmachevo). S7 Airlines also performs regular flights to countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), Europe, the Near East, Southeast Asia and countries of the Asia-Pacific region.
As a leader in the global transport network, Korean Air is performing a pivotal role in further enhancing Korea’s progressive reputation around the world. We are expanding our global network by establishing new routes and are maintaining growth by increasing overseas sales.
Moving forward, our goal is always ‘Excellence in Flight’ and to be recognized as an industry leader by promoting sustainable growth through strengthened competitiveness and by being able to quickly and flexibly respond to market changes and customer needs.
Yakutia Airlines does regular and charter ﬂights in all routes inside Sakha Republic (Yakutia), to cities
of Far-Eastern Federal District, central part of the Russian Federation, CIS, South-East Asia and far
abroad. Yakutia Airlines operates both Russian and foreign aircraft, which includes: Boeing 757-200,
Boeing 737-800, Bombardier Q300 and Q400, Sukhoi Super Jet 100, Antonov-24. Yakutia Airlines
is in TOP20 largest airlines of Russia. Generally, Yakutia is ﬂying to and from the capital of republic -
Yakutsk, and Yakutia is main national air carrier of the Sakha Republic (Yakutia).
The National aircompany of Uzbekistan performs scheduled ﬂights to more than 40 cities of
the world leading countries: Russia, Belorussia, the USA, Italy, Germany, France, Lithuania,
Great Britain, India, Thailand, UAE, China, Japan, Malaysia, Korea, Singapore, Turkey, Israel,
Azerbaijan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan. Representative offces of the company operate in 25
countries of the world. For cargo services the airline uses Boeing-767-300BCF. Passenger
aircraft ﬂeet includes: Boeing-757/767, Boeing-787-8 Dreamliner, Аirbus — A320, Ил-114-100
and Boeing-767-300BCF (for cargo services).
Georgian Airways - Airzena
Since 1999 the company is the ﬂag carrier of Georgia. It has a modern ﬂeet of BOEING 737
and CRJ. In 2010 Georgian Airways became a member of IATA. The company has established
partnership relations with several tens of the major world airlines, such as Lufthansa, Austrian
Airlines, Air France, Qatar Airways and many others.
Since its frst ﬂight on 15 March 1941, Philippine Airlines has ﬂown more than 30 types of aircraft
to fulfll various roles in its mission of providing the Philippines with an effcient and reliable air
transportation as both a domestic operator and the ﬂag carrier.
With the total ﬂeet-wide of 53 and with the soon to be soaring 6 Airbus 350, Philippine Airlines
is now opening and expanding routes and sectors, offering superior product consistently and
redefning the delivery of the desired customer experience that is distinctly Filipino, making our
passengers’ experience the Best of the Philippines and the Best of the Filipino to the World.
Air Armenia is a nongovernmental airline of Armenia, which operates passenger and cargo ﬂights
to Greece, France, Russia, Germany and other countries. It is currently operating a ﬂeet of 2
passenger and 5 cargo aircraft. It is considered to be a young company, founded in 2003,
when the company got the license and the airline main activity was the implementation of the
scheduled cargo air transport. Air Armenia started to operate passenger transportation only
since the year of 2013, when it was granted a license. Air Armenia offers different variants of
ﬂights: group travel, family travel and travel with children.
Ural Airlines is Russian Airline based in Yekaterinburg-Koltsovo, Russia and hubs in MoscowDomodedovo, St.Petersburg-Pulkovo. Operates 55 destinations in 25 countries. For last 8
years it PAX ﬂow risen in 4 times and in 2014 it was 5.1 million.
Russia Airline (OJSC Russia) has been established by the integration of three companies
Aeroﬂot Group: Rossiya Airlines, Donavia and Orenburg Airline. Based in St. Petersburg’s
Pulkovo airport it has branches in Moscow, Rostov-on-Don and Orenburg. Since 2016
launched the operation of the regular ﬂights with bases of the aircraft in Moscow (Vnukovo), in
Saint-Petersburg and Rostov-On-Don.
UTair (the legal name of PJSC Airline "UTair") - Russian airline, which consists of many subsidiaries,
such as UTair-Ukraine, UTair Helicopter Services, UTair Cargo and others, one of the largest avia
holdings in the country - Group «UTair» engages in the implementation of passenger and cargo
ﬂights in Russia and abroad, as well as the maintenance of aircraft (airplanes and helicopters), and
staff training. The airline is the world’s largest in size and capacity of the existing helicopter ﬂeet
operating in Russia and in other countries and continents. UTair occupies 2nd place in Russia after
Aeroﬂot by volume of passenger traffc and passenger.
"Aurora" is the a regional airline of Aeroﬂot Group, the priority is providing with transport assess
and satisfying of the demand for air travel in the Far Eastern regions and in Siberia. The airline
is based at airports of Vladivostok, Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk and Khabarovsk. Aurora is aiming to
facilitate the fulfllment of the business potentialities of its population and also for enhance of the
synergistic effect from cooperating with other participants of Aeroﬂot Group.
Pobeda Airlines is one of the youngest in Russia. The frst aircraft took to the skies on December
1, 2014. There are 12 modern and comfortable Boeing 737-800 in our ﬂeet. Every aircraft was
delivered to the park of Pobeda Airlines directly from the manufacturer.
The appearance of Pobeda Airlines was an expected event in the marketplace. Many
passengers are able to afford air travel for the frst time because the price of the tickets of
Pobeda Airlines starts from 999 rubles!
Royal Flight is a Russian Airline operating passenger ﬂights to popular tourist venues from
Moscow and regions of Russia. The base airport is Sheremetyevo. Royal Flight’s Fleet
includes: Boeing 767-300, Boeing 757-200 and Boeing 737-800 Aircraft. The priorities of the
Airline – safety, high level of service on board and continuous development.
The airline Ltd "Gazprom avia" is subsidiary of PJSC "Gazprom". Established by order of "Gazprom"
on February 3, 1995 at the basis of the Decision of the Management Board of "Gazprom" on
February 3, 1995. The start of the development of the company was the union of regional airlines
PJSC «Gazprom» in one ﬂeet with the command of the airlines "Gazprom Avia" Ltd in 1997. Airline
«Gazprom Avia» has the largest ﬂeet of aircraft in Russia for business class. The company occupies
a leading position in the feld of business aviation both in the number of aircraft, specially equipped
for the transport of VIP and corporate charter ﬂights, and on the highest level of onboard service
"Azerbaijan Airlines" (AZAL)
Azerbaijan Airlines (AZAL, AZAL) is a subsidiary of JSC «Azerbaijan Hava Yollari», the largest
Airline in Azerbaijan, it’s the national airline. The airline is member of the International Air
Transport Association (IATA). Headquarter is in Baku. The frst national airline in Azerbaijan has
been established on April 7, 1992 after gaining independence by country. The airline carries
passengers to Europe, CIS, North America, Middle East and Asia.
AZUR air (LLC "AZUR air") is a Russian charter airline based in Moscow Domodedovo airport.
The company started to work under this brand in 2014. AZUR air executes international
passenger ﬂights providing services for the largest Russian tour operators. The company ﬂies
its charter ﬂights from 30 cities in Russia. Before the end of 2014 the name of the company was
“Katekavia” and it was a regional company in Siberia and Volga Federal Districts. Before March
2015 it was a subsidiary of UTair. Today AZUR air is an independent airline.
VIM-Avia is operating international scheduled and charter, passenger and cargo ﬂights out of
Moscow Domodedovo Airport, as well as offering aircraft wet lease. Fleet of 11 aircrafts, 1.6 mil.
passengers in 2014.
Red Wings Airlines is a Russian airline company based in Domodedovo Airport (Moscow).
It was founded in 1999. The airline provides both scheduled and charter services in Russia
and abroad. Today the Red Wings Airlines is also the largest commercial operator of modern
aircraft of domestic production Tu-204-100. It is a dynamically developing airline which actively
increases its share in the airline industry. Red Wings performs year-round scheduled and Charter
ﬂights to the most popular tourist destinations.
Nordavia - regional Airlines (until December 1, 2009 - «Aeroﬂot-Nord») – Russian airline, founded in
2004 and based in Arkhangelsk; Closed Joint-Stock Company. Since March 23, 2011 owned by MMC
«Norilsk Nickel». The airline operates scheduled and charter passenger services. «Nordavia» is a heir
Arkhangelsk united squadron Aeroﬂot formed by November 2, 1929 with the opening of the Offce in
Arkhangelsk airline Arkhangelsk - Syktyvkar.
NordStar Airlines - a trademark of OJSC «Airline «Taimyr», charter and regular ﬂights from
Krasnoyarsk, Norilsk, Novosibirsk and other Siberian cities. The new brand has been created
by the efforts of «Norilsk nickel» on the basis of pre-existing airline «Taimyr», commits ﬂights on
the Taimyr Peninsula. NordStar Airlines formed to carry out air transportation for the residents
of Norilsk and the north of the Krasnoyarsk Territory.
«Rusline» Airlines – one of the largest domestic Airlines in the Russian Federation, operates
both scheduled and charter ﬂights. The principal activity of the airline is to restart futureoriented routes between the destinations of the Russian Federation and between Russia and
neighboring countries also. The main idea is to deliver passengers from small towns of Russia
to air hubs on medium-haul aircraft.
OJSC “Airlines “Belavia” is the major airline of the Republic of Belarus. The airline is based in
National Airport Minsk and carries out regular ﬂights to 49 airports in 27 countries of Europe
and Asia. The airline “Belavia” was founded on March 5, 1996. Since 1997 “Belavia” became
a full member of the International Air Transport Association (IATA). And since 2010 it became a
member of the European Regions Airline Association (ERAA).
It is the one of the 4 Kazakhstan airlines that passed the European Security Audit IOSA. Today
the company's ﬂeet consists of predominantly owned western aircraft, operating more than
80 domestic and international air routes, annually offering up to ten new destinations, with the
passenger traffc increased on average by 40%. The company plans to launch ﬂights from
Kazakhstan to Greece, Italy, Israel, Czech Republic and Germany.