UTair Express

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UTair Express
UTair Express logo.png
IATA
UR
ICAO
UTX
Callsign
Founded December 2006
Hubs Syktyvkar Airport
Fleet size 28
Destinations 26
Parent company UTair Aviation
Headquarters Flag of Russia.svg Syktyvkar, Komi Republic, Russia
Website http://www.utair-express.com/
Tupolev Tu-134 of UTair Express. (2011)
Antonov An-24 of UTair Express. (2012)

UTair Express is an airline based in Syktyvkar (Komi, Russia). It is planned by UTair Aviation as a new regional division based on and replacing, its subsidiary Komiinteravia.[1]

History[edit]

Komiinteravia was established in March 1996 and started operations in July 1997.[2] In 2004 UTair gained control of more than 70% of Komiinteravia.[3]

UTair is planning to set up a new regional division using its subsidiary Komiinteravia that will operate as UTair Express using Antonov An-24 and ATR 42-300 aircraft. It is planning to replace its Komiinteravia's An-24 fleet with additional ATR 42-300s over the next few years.[1]

UTair Express completed registration in December 2006 and has emerged from the reorganization of Komiinteravia. The airline received a certificate in commercial air transport operations on Antonov An-24 aircraft. As soon as all of the An-24s have been decommissioned according to the airline’s plan, UTair’s air fleet will include up to 20 ATR 42 aircraft. UTair Express also embraces Russia's largest Tupolev Tu-134 maintenance center.[4]

Destinations[edit]

UTair Express operates scheduled flights to the following destinations (as of April 2014):[5]

 Lithuania[edit]

 Russia[edit]

Arkhangelsk Oblast Arkhangelsk Oblast
Bashkortostan Bashkortostan
Kirov Oblast Kirov Oblast
Komi Republic Komi
 Krasnodar Krai
 Kursk Oblast
Moscow Moscow / Moscow Oblast Moscow Oblast
Nizhny Novgorod Oblast Nizhny Novgorod Oblast
 Novosibirsk Oblast
 Omsk Oblast
 Samara Oblast
 Sverdlovsk Oblast
 Tambov Oblast
Tatarstan Tatarstan
 Tyumen Oblast
 Ulyanovsk Oblast
 Voronezh Oblast

Fleet[edit]

As of April, 2014, UTair Express operates following aircraft types:[8]

Aircraft In fleet Orders Seats Notes
ATR 72-500 15 1 70
Antonov An-24 13 40–48

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "UTair new regional division". CH-Aviation. 2006-09-09. Retrieved 2007-06-03. 
  2. ^ "Directory: World Airlines". Flight International. 2007-04-03. p. 102. 
  3. ^ Russia/CIS Observer, October 2004, Merge to Fly Another Day
  4. ^ "Komiinteravia reorganized into UTair Express". UTair Aviation News. 2006-12-19. Archived from the original on 2007-09-27. Retrieved 2007-06-03. 
  5. ^ "РАСПИСАНИЕ ДВИЖЕНИЯ ВОЗДУШНЫХ СУДОВ". ЮТэйр-Экспресс. Retrieved 21 March 2013. 
  6. ^ "С 1 апреля 2013 года в аэропорту «Большое Савино» открываются 6 прямых и 4 транзитных авиарейса до городов ПФО". Новости. Администрация губернатора Пермского края. Retrieved 25 March 2013. 
  7. ^ a b "С 1 апреля из международного аэропорта Нижний Новгород будут выполняться пять новых региональных рейсов". ОАО «Аэропорт Кольцово» & ОАО «МАНН». Retrieved 28 March 2013. 
  8. ^ "Авиакомпания "ЮТэйр-Экспресс" стала крупнейшим эксплуатантом ATR 72-500". ATO.ru. 2 April 2014. Retrieved 3 April 2014. 

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