|Hubs||Kogalym International Airport
|Secondary hubs||Lennart Meri Airport, Domodedovo International Airport|
|Key people||Nikolai Nikolayevich Zolnikov (General Director)|
Metrojet (Russian: ООО «Авиакомпания Когалымавиа»), also trading as Kolavia (Russian: Колавиа) is an airline based in Kogalym, Tyumen, Russia. 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.
- Austria (Salzburg)
- Azerbaijan (Qabala)
- Bulgaria (Burgas, Varna)
- Croatia (Pula)
- Czech Republic (Pardubice)
- Egypt (Hurghada, Sharm el-Sheikh, Taba)
- Spain (Barcelona, Ibiza, Palma de Mallorca)
- France (Grenoble)
- Greece (Rhodes, Heraklion)
- Italy (Treviso, Rimini)
- Montenegro (Tivat)
- Turkey (Antalya, Bodrum, Dalaman)
The Kogalymavia fleet includes the following aircraft (as of July 2012):
- 2 Airbus A320-232 (operated by Onur Air), Orders 10
- 6 Airbus A321-231, Orders 20
- 0 Airbus A330-200, Orders 10
- 0 Airbus A330-300, Orders 15
- 2 Bombardier Challenger 850
- 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 Surgut–Moscow service. It was evacuated seconds before the flames engulfed the fuselage. Three people were killed and 43 passengers resulted injured.
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- David Kaminski-Morrow (1 January 2011). "Fatal fire destroys Kolavia Tu-154 at Surgut". Flightglobal.com. Air Transport Intelligence news. Retrieved 12 June 2011.
- "Russia pop group Na-Na describe plane fire 'panic'". BBC News. 1 January 2011.
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