Shar Ink

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Shar Ink
IATA
ICAO
UGP
Callsign
Founded 1992 December 22nd[1]
Hubs Ostafyevo, Moscow
Fleet size 6
Headquarters Ostafyevo, Moscow
Website [1]
Antonov An-74

Shar Ink, (also known as Shar-Avia and Ball Inc. Ltd.), is a Russian charter cargo airline based in Moscow.[2] In 2009 it was announced that they would be cooperating with a new airline called I-Fly[3]

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Aircraft type Active Notes
Antonov An-74TK-100 2 RA-74005, RA-74020. RA-74001 derelict[6]
Antonov An-74D 0 RA-74047 stored/derelict[7]
Antonov An-74-200 2 RA-74015, RA-74027. RA-74041 moved on to Badr Airlines for African aid missions[8]
Ilyushin IL-76 1 RA-76403. RA-76446 moved on to Continent (airline)[9]
Agusta A-109E Power 1 RA-01901

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