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Aerobratsk logo.svg
IATA ICAO Callsign
HubsBratsk Airport
Fleet size12[2]
Parent companyCentre Capital[2]
HeadquartersBratsk, Russia
Key peopleSergey Ivanovich Sumbayev (General Director)[2]

JSC AeroBratsk (Russian: АэроБратск) is a minor Russian charter airline[1] headquartered in Bratsk and based at Bratsk Airport,[2][3] which it also runs.


AeroBratsk was established in 1967. It was formerly the Aeroflot Bratsk Division, and was renamed Bratsk Avia following the collapse of the Soviet Union. The airline is owned by Rosimushchestvo (51%) and its employees (49%).[3] AeroBratsk was acquired by Centre Capital,[2] which also owned now defunct Russian leisure airline VIM Airlines, at the end of 2004.[4]


As of November 2017, AeroBratsk currently only offers charter operations.[1] As of 2009, it still used to operate domestic scheduled destinations from its base at Bratsk Airport to Moscow, Irkutsk and Lensk.[5]


AeroBratsk Yakovlev Yak-40

As of November 2017, the Aerobratsk fleet includes the following aircraft:[2]

AeroBratsk Fleet
Aircraft Total Notes
Mil Mi-8 9 Helicopters
Yakovlev Yak-40 3


  1. ^ a b c d - AeroBratsk Airline Profile retrieved 5 November 2017
  2. ^ a b c d e f - AeroBratsk retrieved 5 November 2017
  3. ^ a b Federal State Unitary Enterprise "State Air Traffic Management Corporation", Airline Reference, Vol. 1, Russian Federation, 20 February 2007, p. 111
  4. ^ Air Transport World Archived 2007-09-27 at the Wayback Machine November 2006
  5. ^ AeroBratsk timetable
  • Günter Endres, ed. (2010). Flight International World Airlines 2010. Sutton, Surrey, England: Reed Business Information. ISBN 978-1-898779-39-1.

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