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Rossiya Airlines

IATA Code
ICAO Code
IATA Prefix
Callsign
FV
SDM
195
Russia
Rossiya Airlines Airbus A319-100
Rossiya Airlines
18/4 Pilotov Street
St Petersburg 196210
Russia

Tel.: +7 812 633 3999
Fax: +7 812 633 3810
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.rossiya-airlines.com

Owner: Aeroflot (75%); St Petersburg govt (25%)
Base: St Petersburg (LED)
Hubs: Moscow (VKO)
Start of ops: August 1994
Alliances: Aeroflot, AeroSvit, Air Astana, Air France, Air Moldova, AirBaltic, Armavia, Austrian, Belavia, CSA Czech, Estonian Air, Finnair, Hainan Airlines, Iberia, KLM, Korean Air, LOT, SAS, SCAT, Swiss, Vladivostok Air
Rossiya Airlines operates this equipment: Executives:
  • 3 x Boeing 767-300
  • 16 x Airbus A319-100
  • 9 x Airbus A320-200 (1 parked)
  • 6 x Antonov An-148 (+4 planned)
  • 1 x Embraer ERJ135
General Director:
Commercial Director:
Vasiliy Meshkov
Dmitriy Zvonarev

Name Alias
IATA
Code
ICAO
Code
Country Base Dates
Rossiya Airlines  
R4+FV
SDM
Russia Moscow-Vnukovo 2011-
Majority share purchased by Rostechnology, transferred in 11/11 to Aeroflot.  
Rossiya Russian Airlines  
R4+FV
SDM
Russia Moscow-Vnukovo 2006-2011
Internal division SLO (Specialny Lyoutny Otryad, aka Special Flight Department) for government use separated in 8/08 (qv). Was expected to introduce in 2007Q4 a specific brand name for its commercial ops, keeping "Rossiya" for the transportation of government officials, plan abandonned. Was to be purchased by new holding company set up by Sergei Chemezov (close associate of Vladimir Putin) taking over all carriers of AiRUnion (announced 5/9/08, to be completed mid-2009) as well as Rossiya; plan amended 1/10 with Rossiya and all AiRUnion carriers to be incorporated into Aeroflot). Renamed 3/8/11.
Russia State Transport Company Rossia/Gosudarstvennaya transportnaya kompania Rossia
R4
SDM
Russia Moscow-Vnukovo 1995-2006
VIP flights expected to be operated by a new airline (also named Rossia, with Il-96-300, Tu-214, Il-62, Tu-154M , Tu-134, Yakovlev Yak-40, Mil Mi-8 and ordered Tu-204-300 - all transferred from the former GTK Rossia), new airline planned for 11/2005 startup but cancelled. Ordered by Russian government in 9/04 to merge with Pulkovo and become a purely-commercial carrier; merger achieved 29/10/06 (new airline name Soyuz not taken up), then trading as Rossia Russian Airlines.
Russia Special Civil Aviation Detachment Rossia/Otdelnyi Aviaotriad Grazhdanskoi Aviatsii
R4
RAR;SDM
Russia Moscow-Vnukovo 1992-1995
Formed by Aeroflot