Kogalymavia

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Metrojet (Kogalymavia)
Авиакомпания Когалымавиа
Metrojet new logo.png
IATA
7K[1]
ICAO
KGL[1]
Callsign
KOGALYM[1]
Founded 1993
Hubs Kogalym International Airport
Surgut Airport[1]
Secondary hubs Lennart Meri Airport,[1] Domodedovo International Airport[1]
Fleet size 8
Destinations 16
Key people Nikolai Nikolayevich Zolnikov (General Director)[1]
Website www.metrojet.ru
A Kolavia Airbus A320-200

Metrojet (Russian: ООО «Авиакомпания Когалымавиа»), also trading as Kolavia (Russian: Колавиа) is an airline based in Kogalym, Tyumen, Russia.[2] It operates domestic services. Operations started in May 1993. Its main bases are Kogalym Airport and Surgut Airport, with a hub at Domodedovo International Airport, Moscow.[3]

Destinations[edit]

From Domodedovo International Airport, Moscow:

From Pulkovo Airport, Saint Petersburg:

From Kurumoch International Airport, Samara:

From Lennart Meri Airport, Tallinn:

From Riga International Airport, Riga:

Fleet[edit]

The Kogalymavia fleet includes the following aircraft (as of July 2012):[5]

Accidents[edit]

  • 1 January 2011: A fire broke out on one of the engines of a Tupolev Tu-154B-2, tail number RA-85588, before taxiing. The aircraft had 116 passengers and 8 crew on board, and was due to operate Flight 348, a SurgutMoscow service. It was evacuated seconds before the flames engulfed the fuselage. Three people were killed and 43 passengers resulted injured.[6][7][8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e f g Federal State Unitary Enterprise "State Air Traffic Management Corporation", Airline Reference, Vol. 1, Russian Federation, 29 January 2008, p. 244
  2. ^ "Адреса и телефоны авиакомпании KOLAVIA." Kolavia. Retrieved on 18 July 2010. "Юридический и почтовый адрес: 628486, РФ, Тюменская область, г.Когалым, ул.Авиаторов"
  3. ^ "Directory: World Airlines". Flight International. 2007-04-03. p. 102. 
  4. ^ Yagubov, Elvin (25 July 2014). "New flight launched from Gabala to Moscow". apa.az/. Azeri-Press Agency (APA) LLC. Retrieved 28 July 2014. 
  5. ^ Kogalymavia Fleet - CH-Aviation.net
  6. ^ David Kaminski-Morrow (4 January 2011). "Tu-154 fire started in rear fuselage, not engines: inquiry". Flightglobal.com. Air Transport Intelligence news. Retrieved 12 June 2011. "The fire, which broke out as the jet prepared to taxi for a flight to Moscow, killed three occupants of the aircraft." 
  7. ^ David Kaminski-Morrow (1 January 2011). "Fatal fire destroys Kolavia Tu-154 at Surgut". Flightglobal.com. Air Transport Intelligence news. Retrieved 12 June 2011. 
  8. ^ "Russia pop group Na-Na describe plane fire 'panic'". BBC News. 1 January 2011. 

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