I-Fly

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I-Fly
I-Fly logo.png
IATA
H5
ICAO
RSY
Callsign
RUSSIAN SKYTemplate:Http://www.faa.gov/air traffic/publications/atpubs/CNT/3-1-I.htm
Founded 2009
Hubs Vnukovo International Airport
Fleet size 5 (+1 orders)
Destinations 12
Headquarters Moscow, Russia
Key people Peter Morozov (CEO)[1]
Website iflyltd.ru
An I-Fly Boeing 757-200 landing at Vnukovo International Airport (May 2010).

I-Fly is a charter airline based in Moscow, Russia, operating out of Vnukovo International Airport. The airline received its AOC on 2 November 2009, with the first revenue flight having taken place in early December of the same year. All I-Fly flights are traded by Russian tour operator TEZ Tour, which had previously worked with Atlant-Soyuz Airlines and airBaltic.[1]

Destinations[edit]

 Egypt
 Russia
 Spain
 Thailand
 Turkey
 United Arab Emirates

Fleet[edit]

As of December 2012, I-Fly operates a fleet of four leased Boeing 757-200 aircraft with an average age of 11.9 years,[2] all of which are equipped with 204 passenger seats, 36 of which are in business class.[3] The airline plans to expand its fleet with the larger Airbus A330-300, which would enable it to offer long haul flights.[4]

I-Fly Fleet
Aircraft In Service Orders Passengers Notes
C Y Total
Boeing 757-200 4 0 36 168 204
Airbus A330-300 2 1 0 387 387 EI-ETI, ex Air Berlin
Total 6 1

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