Federal State Unitary Enterprise «State Transport Company «Russia» (ФГУП «Государственная транспортная компания «Россия»), operating as Rossiya - Rossiya Airlines («Россия - Российские авиалинии») and also known in the Russian market as ГТК «Россия» (Russian transliteration: GTK "Rossiya"), is an airline based in Saint Petersburg, Russia, resulting from the 2006 merger the Moscow-based company of the same name and Saint Petersburg-based Pulkovo Aviation Enterprise. The airline operates scheduled and charter passenger flights from Saint Petersburg and Moscow, and VIP flights on behalf of the Russian government, including the operation of aircraft for the President of Russia. Rossiya maintains operational bases at Pulkovo Airport in Saint Petersburg, and at Vnukovo Airport in Moscow.
Charter capital is 1.352 billion rubles. First Deputy General Manager of the airline is Gennadiy Boldyrev.
|Airbus A319-100||5 ||144 (12/132)||International|
|Airbus A320-212||2 (4 On Order) ||International|
|Boeing 737-500||5 ||130 (130)||International & Domestic|
|Boeing 767-300ER||2 |
(1 On Order)
|253 (20/233)||International & Domestic|
|Ilyushin Il-18||3 ||120(9/111)||Domestic|
|Ilyushin Il-62M||9||198 (18/180)||Domestic/Thailand|
|Ilyushin Il-86||4||350 (8/342)||Exit from Service: 2010|
|Ilyushin Il-96||3||280 (24/256)||International(1 used for the president of Russia)|
|Mil Mi-8||8||22 (22)||Domestic|
|Tupolev Tu-134A||4||84 (8/76)||Domestic|
|Tupolev Tu-154B||7||124 (8/116)||Domestic|
|Tupolev Tu-154M||25||154 (12/142)||Domestic & International|
|Tupolev Tu-204||1||operated for the Government of Russia|
|Tupolev Tu-214||3||162 (16/146)||Domestic & International|
|Yakovlev Yak-40||7||28 (28)||Domestic|
Airbus A318 = 2 (On Order) = Delivery: 2008/09
Airbus A319 = 2 (On Order) = Delivery: 2008/09
Airbus A340-300 = 5 (On Order) = Entry into Service: 2010
Antonov An-148 = 18 (On Order) = Entry into Service: 2009 - 2012
Boeing 767-300ER = 2 (On Order) = Delivery: 2008/09
Tupolev Tu-334 = 5 (On Order) = Entry Into Service: T.B.A
Rossiya have ordered 27 short haul aircraft, which will replace the older aircraft used for European and Domestic flights (except some Tupolev Tu-154M).
The newer long haul fleet, which comprises Boeing 767-300ER, Ilyushin Il-96 and Tupolev Tu-214, will soon have more Boeing 767-300ER and new Airbus A340-300. These will replace the older Ilyushin Il-86 and Ilyushin Il-62M.
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