The airline was established and started operations in 1932 as a division of Aeroflot. It was privatised in 1992. It is owned by the state (51%) and the airline employees (49%).
In 1994 the airline's director general Anatoly Martshekhi was found dead in his bath, in an apparent organised crime killing.
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Tuva Airlines operates the following services (at January 2012):
- Chamsara - Chamsara Airport
- Irkutsk - Irkutsk Airport
- Krasnoyarsk - Yemelyanovo Airport [ begins 25 May 2012 ]
- Kyzyl - Kyzyl Airport base
- Novosibirsk - Tolmachevo Airport [ begins 6 August 2012 ]
- Todzha - Todzha Airport
- Ulan-Ude - Ulan-Ude Airport
- Yrban - Yrban Airport
- Moscow -
- St. Petersburg - Pulkovo Airport since 2000
- Englund, Will (18 October 1994). "Mob Claims Another Russian". articles.baltimoresun.com. Retrieved 19 February 2012. "Tuva"
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