Moskovia Airlines

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Moskovia Airlines
Moskovia Airlines logo.png
IATA
3R
ICAO
GAI
Callsign
GROMOV AIRLINE
Founded 1995 (as Gromov Air)
2006 (as Moskovia Airlines)
Operating bases Moscow Domodedovo Airport
Moscow Zhukovsky Airport
Fleet size 15 (+6 orders)
Destinations Charters and regular
Headquarters Zhukovsky, Moscow, Russia
Key people Mikhail Alekseev (CEO)
Website www.moskovia.aero

Moskovia Airlines is an airline based in Zhukovsky, Moscow, Russia. It operates domestic and international passenger and cargo charters. It main base is Moscow Zhukovsky Airport.[1]

History[edit]

A Moskovia Airlines Tupolev Tu-154M landing at Moscow Domodedovo Airport, Russia. (2007)

The airline was established and started operations in 1995 as Gromov Air. It was founded as the wholly owned commercial subsidiary of the Gromov Flight Research Institute.[1] In 2006 the airline was rebranded to Moskovia Airlines.

In November 2009, Moskovia Airlines received its first Boeing 737-800, an ex-SAS aircraft.[2]

Moskovia Airlines filed for bankruptcy in February 2014 but plans to continues its operations.[3]

Destinations[edit]

This is a list of destinations served by Moscovia Airlines (as of December 2013):[4]

Asia[edit]

 Armenia
 Azerbaijan
 Turkey
 Uzbekistan

Europe[edit]

 Bosnia and Herzegovina
 Czech Republic
 Germany
 Montenegro
 Russia

Fleet[edit]

A Moskovia Airlines Boeing 737-700 at Tivat Airport. (2009)

The Moskovia Airlines fleet includes the following (as of January 2014):[7][8][9]

Moskovia Airlines Fleet
Aircraft In Fleet Orders Notes
Antonov An-12BK 3 0
Antonov An-148B 0 3 [10]
Boeing 737-700 2 0
Sukhoi Superjet 100 2 2 Two options.[11] Two ready to enter in service.
Total 5 6

The airline also used to operate three Boeing 737-800, but they were returned to lessors in March, 2011.[12]

Incidents and accidents[edit]

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