|Ceased operations||August 4th, 2014|
|Operating bases||Sheremetyevo International Airport|
|Key people||Andrey Kalmykov (CEO)|
The airline was founded in the autumn of 2013 by Aeroflot, the Russian flag carrier airline based in Moscow. Dobrolet started operations in May 2014 on a Boeing 737-800NG.
The name "Dobrolet" extends all the way back to 1923 when the Dobrolet Russian Voluntary Air Fleet Joint-Stock Company was founded.
The European Union blacklisted Dobrolet on July 30, 2014 as part of a sanctions package against Russia. Dobrolet was the exclusive operator of flights between Moscow and Simferopol. As a result of the sanctions, the leasing of Boeing aircrafts used by the company was cancelled by partners, and on 4 August 2014 the company announced that it was ceasing all the operations. Nevertheless, on 6 August the company announced it has ordered sixteen new Boeing 737-800 airplanes to be produced in 2017-2018.
The company served three destinations (as of August 2014):
- Moscow - Sheremetyevo International Airport
- Simferopol - Simferopol International Airport
- Volgograd - Volgograd International Airport (began 1 August 2014)
The Dobrolet Airlines fleet included the following aircraft (as of May 2014):
|Sukhoi Superjet 100||1||0|
- "Расписание движения воздушных судов ООО "Добролет" напериод 11.06.2014 - 25.10.2014" [Timetables aircraft JSC "Dobrolet" for the period 11.06.2014 - 25.10.2014] (in Russian). Добролет. 2014-06-24. Retrieved 2014-08-05.
- Попов, Егор (3 August 2014). "«Добролет» сядет в полночь" (in Russian). Kommersant. Retrieved 3 August 2014.
- Eric Reguly (2014-08-04). "Grounding of Russian airline first corporate casualty of EU sanctions". The Globe and Mail (Toronto). Retrieved 2014-08-04.
- "«Добролет» купит у Boeing 16 новых самолетов" (in Russian). RBC. 6 August 2014. Retrieved 6 August 2014.
- Schedule of flights as of July 2014
- Dobrolet Fleet
- Official website (English) (Russian)
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