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S7 Airlines

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Siberian Airlines

S7 Airlines Airbus A319-100
S7 Airlines
2/2 Paveletzkaya Square, Fl 23/17/7
Moscow 115054
Russia

Tel.: +7 495 540 4770
Fax: +7 495 540 4780
Email: [email protected]
Website: www.s7.ru

Type: Scheduled, charter, international, regional, domestic, pax, cargo
Owner: ZAO S7 Group (64.5%); Russian govt (25%); other investors (10.5%)
Base: Moscow (DME); ; Irkutsk (IKT); Novosobirsk (OVB)
Hubs: Moscow (VKO); Khabarovsk (KHV); Perm (PEE); Chelyabinsk (CEK)
Start of ops: May 1992
Aliances: AeroSvit, Air astana, Air China, Air Malta, Air Pacific, Airberlin, Asiana, Austreian, Azerbaijan Airlines, Bangkok Airways, Belavia, Brussels Airlines, Bulgaria Air, China Eastern, China Southern, CSA Czech, Delta, Dniproavia, Donbassaero, Dragonair, El Al, Emirates, Etihad, Georgian Airways, GOL, Hainan Airlines,Kingfisher, Korean Air, Kyryzstan Airlines, LOT, Lufthansa, Malysia Airlines, Meridiana Fly, Montenegro Airlines, Niki, Oman Air, Orenair, Qatr Airways, SAS, SilkAir, Singapore Airlines, Swiss, TAP Portugal, Thai Airways, Ukraine International, United, Uzbekistan Airways, Vietnam Airlines, Yakutia
S7 Airlines operates this equipment: Executives:
  • 2 x Boeing 767-300
  • 1 x Airbus A310
  • 20 x Airbus A319-100
  • 17 x Airbus A320-200 (+26 planned)
  • (3) x Airbus A321-200 (planned)
  • 4 x Boeing 737-400 (leased out)
  • 6 x Boeing 737-800 (leased out; +8 planned)
Chairman:
CEO:
Group Deputy CEO:
Deputy DG ops:
Vladimir Obedkov
Vladislav Filev
Anton Eremin
Alexander Vindermout

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S7 Airlines  
S7
SBI
Russia Novosibirsk-Tolmachevo/Severny 2006-
25.5% to be sold by auction early 2007 by Russian Federal Property Fund, cancelled due to lack of bids. Joined OneWorld alliance (announced 5/09, effective 15/11/10). Remaining 25.5% of shares still owned by Russian government resold in 7/13 to S7 Group (then owning 100%).
Sibir Airlines Siberia Airlines/Sibir Aviakompania/Sibavia
S7
SBI
Russia Novosibirsk-Tolmachevo/Severny 1992-2006
Originally formed as Aeroflot's Novosibirsk-Tolmachevo division. Intends to merge with Vnukovo AL in 2001, cancelled. Started trading as S7 Airlines in 3/06.

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