Enkor

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Enkor
Энкор
IATA ICAO Callsign
G8(G5) ENK Enkor
Founded 1997
Ceased operations 2004
merged with Siberia Airlines (currently S7 airlines)
Hubs Chelyabinsk-Chelyabinsk Airport
Secondary hubs Moscow-Domodedovo International Airport
Focus cities Ulan-Ude-Ulan-Ude Airport
Headquarters Chelyabinsk, Russia
Enkor Tupolev Tu-154, Tolmachevo, 2004

Enkor (full name is Joint Stock Company (JSC) Enkor) was an airline based in Moscow, Russia.[1] It operated scheduled international passenger services and provided technical aircraft maintenance. Its main bases were Domodedovo International Airport, Moscow, Ulan Ude Airport (UUD) and Chelyabinsk Airport (CEK). In 2004 the airline merged with S7 which inherited their fleet of TU-154M aircraft. The TU-134 and Yakovlev Yak-42 aircraft were retired and the TU-154B2 was sold to Kolavia.

History[edit]

The airline was established on 18 November 1997 and started operations in February 1998. It is owned by Open JSC Chelyabinsk Air Enterprise (50.15%), Colentra Leasing Enterprises, Nicosia, Cyprus (48.31%) and the remainder by Closed JSC Tandem Agency and Closed JSC Chelyabinsk Insurance Company.

In 2001 Enkor merged with Siberian Airlines.[2]

Services[edit]

Enkor operated the following services (at January 2005):

Fleet[edit]

The Enkor fleet consisted of the following aircraft (at January 2005):

References[edit]

  1. ^ "theAirDB, Enkor". 
  2. ^ Artem Fetisov On the Mend, November 1, 2006, Air Transport World (subscription required)

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