Skol Airlines

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Skol Airlines
IATA
CD
ICAO
CDV
Callsign
SKOL
Founded 2000
Hubs Surgut
Secondary hubs Khanty-Mansiysk
Fleet size 35
Headquarters Surgut
Website http://www.skol.ru
VIP Yakovlev Yak-40

Skol Airlines is a Russian charter operator providing regular passenger flights and cargo charters across Eastern and Western Siberia; its clients include Alrosa and Gazprom amongst others.[1] The company also has its own 23 hectare heliport, the 100-room hostel on-site, dining room, Mi-8 hangar, helicopter filling station and a certified aircraft maintenance base. The company is notable for its successful efforts to curtail the 2007 Greek forest fires.[1]

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Aircraft type Active Notes
Mil Mi-8T 10
Mil Mi-26T 7
Mil Mi-171 5
Mil Mi-8AMT 5
Eurocopter AS350B3 3
Yakovlev Yak-40 2 VIP Configuration
Cessna Caravan 3

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