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|Hubs||Domodedovo International Airport|
|Focus cities||Sochi, Mineralnye Vody, Anapa, Magadan|
|Company slogan||Interavia — flight of success!|
|Key people||Gen. Director Vladimir N. Gloshkin|
Interavia Airlines was an airline based in Moscow, Russia. It operated scheduled and charter passenger services. Its main base was Domodedovo International Airport, Moscow. The Russian aviation authority suspended their flights from 17 October 2008.
The airline was established as Astair Airlines in 1998 and became Interavia Airlines on 18 May 2005. It started regular services from Moscow in July 2005. Interavia Airlines was registered as a corporation with publicly traded stock, with no shares owned by the Russian Government.
As at October 2008, Interavia Airlines operated flights to:
The Interavia Airlines fleet included the following aircraft (as of 6 October 2008) :
The corporation planned to buy several Italian ATR-42 40-50-seat turboprops and some Boeing aircraft.
Operation in 2007 report
Passengers flown: 289,382 (increased 2.63 times as compared to 2006 – 109728 pax) Freight: 3368.09 tonnes Total flight time: 10546 hours. (increased 94% as compared to 2006 period – 5430 hours)
- "Directory: World Airlines". Flight International. 2007-04-03. p. 93.
- "Russia suspends regional airlines". BBC News. 15 October 2008. Retrieved 5 May 2010.
- Domodedovo International Airport – New Interavia services 15 August 2006
- 9 Airlines Grounded Over Unpaid Debts, 'St Petersburg Times', 17 October, 2008
- (Russian) Polet-Sirena
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