|Ceased operations||December 2019|
|Operating bases||Moscow Domodedovo Airport|
|Secondary hubs||Tolmachevo Airport|
|Frequent-flyer program||S7 Priority|
|Alliance||Oneworld (affiliate; 2010—2019)|
|Parent company||S7 Airlines|
The airline was founded in the spring of 2008 by S7 Airlines, a major Russian airline, based in Novosibirsk for charter flights. Globus started operations shortly thereafter with a Tupolev Tu-154M, which was previously in use at the parent company. Another Tupolev Tu-154M and the first Boeing 737-400 were transferred from S7 Airlines to Globus later in the first year of operation, followed by second-hand Boeing 737-800 aircraft. Its purpose was to concentrate on flying to holiday destinations. From 2010 Globus has been operating mainly regular domestic services, however still in cooperation with its former owner, S7 Airlines.
In August 2019, the airline's head announced that S7 Airlines and Globus Airlines would merge by December 2019, therefore closing the operations of the second airline. By early December 2019, the merger had been completed.
Globus Airlines operated scheduled and charter flights to domestic and some international destinations on behalf of S7 Airlines.
- Yerevan – Zvartnots International Airport seasonal
- Beijing – Beijing Capital International Airport
- Hong Kong – Hong Kong International Airport seasonal
- Shanghai – Shanghai Pudong International Airport seasonal
- Osh – Osh Airport
- Khujand – Khujand Airport seasonal
- Pula – Pula Airport seasonal
- Reykjavík – Keflavík International Airport seasonal
- Tivat – Tivat Airport
- Anapa – Anapa Airport seasonal
- Barnaul – Barnaul Airport
- Bratsk – Bratsk Airport
- Chita – Kadala Airport
- Gorno-Altaysk – Gorno-Altaysk Airport
- Irkutsk – International Airport Irkutsk focus city
- Kaliningrad – Khrabrovo Airport seasonal
- Kemerovo – Kemerovo International Airport
- Krasnodar – Krasnodar International Airport
- Krasnoyarsk – Krasnooyarsk International Airport
- Mineralnye Vody – Mineralnye Vody Airport
- Moscow – Moscow Domodedovo Airport base
- Nizhnevartovsk – Nizhnevartovsk Airport
- Norilsk – Alykel Airport
- Novosibirsk – Tolmachevo Airport base
- Novy Urengoy – Novy Urengoy Airport
- Sochi – Sochi International Airport
- St Petersburg – Pulkovo Airport
- Ulan-Ude – Baikal International Airport
- Vladikavkaz – Beslan Airport
- Barcelona – Barcelona–El Prat Josep Tarradellas Airport
As of October 2019, prior to the merger into S7 Airlines, the Globus Airlines fleet comprised the following aircraft:
|Boeing 737-800||21||—||8||168||176||One in Oneworld livery|
|Boeing 737 MAX 8||2||8||6||168||176||Deliveries had begun in Autumn 2018.|
Russia launch customer.
All aircraft are currently grounded until further notice.
|Tupolev Tu-154M||first aircraft type operated|
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