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|Hubs||Vnukovo International Airport|
|Fleet size||5 (+1 orders)|
|Key people||Peter Morozov (CEO)|
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.
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- Irkutsk - Irkutsk Airport
- Chelyabinsk- Balandino Airport
- Moscow - Vnukovo International Airport base
- Novosibirsk - Tolmachevo Airport
- Krasnoyarsk - Yemelyanovo Airport
As of December 2012, I-Fly operates a fleet of four leased Boeing 757-200 aircraft with an average age of 11.9 years, all of which are equipped with 204 passenger seats, 36 of which are in business class. The airline plans to expand its fleet with the larger Airbus A330-300, which would enable it to offer long haul flights.
|Airbus A330-300||2||1||0||387||387||EI-ETI, ex Air Berlin|
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- Official website (under construction) (Russian)