Elbrus-Avia

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Elbrus-Avia (Эльбрус-авиа)
IATA ICAO Callsign
- NLK -
Founded 1998
Ceased operations 2009
Operating bases Nalchik Airport
Fleet size 13
Destinations 5
Headquarters Nalchik, Russia
Website http://www.elbrus-avia.ru/
A Yak42 of Elbrus Avia arrives at London Stansted

Elbrus Avia (Russian: Эльбрус-авиа) was a passenger airline company based in Nalchik, Russia. The airline offered scheduled flights to Moscow. It was the only airline flying to Kabardino-Balkaria where Mount Elbrus, the highest peak of Europe, is its namesake. Founded in 1998,[1] the airline had its licence cancelled by the Federal Air Transport Agency on 15 April 2009.[2]

Fleet[edit]

  • Yakovlev Yak-42D - 4 (Two stored at Bykovo (Moscow), stored at Nalchik and one operating for Volgograd Airlines)
  • Yakovlev Yak-40 - 3 (Stored)
  • Mil Mi-8 -3 (used on domestic and special charters)
  • Mil Mi-2 -3 (used on domestic and special charters)

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