Illich-Avia

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Illich-Avia "Ілліч-Авіа"
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IATA ICAO Callsign
- ILL ILLICHAVIA
Founded 2002
Hubs Mariupol International Airport
Fleet size 4
Destinations 7
Parent company Illich Steel & Iron Works
Headquarters Mariupol, Ukraine
Key people

Volodymyr Miroshnychenko

Volodymyr Udakov
Website http://www.ilyich-avia.com.ua/

Illich-Avia (Ukrainian: Ілліч-Авіа) is part of the Open Joint Stock Company (JSC) of Illich Iron and Steel Works of Mariupol and was founded in 2002. The airline is based on Mariupol, Ukraine, and operates domestic and international flights, most of them on behalf of its parent Illich Steel & Iron Works.[1]

History[edit]

Illich-Avia Avia was launced in 2002. It has operator certificate No. 198 issued by the State Aviation Administration of Ukraine on June 1, 2005, Air Carrier License No. 118481 of March 4, 2005. The airline is unique as it is one of the few operators of the Antonov An-140.

Destinations[edit]

Ilyich-Avia operates the following destinations:

Fleet[edit]

Both Illich-Avia's An-140s at Mariupol International Airport

The Illich-Avia fleet includes the following aircraft (in August 2011):[5][6]

Illich-Avia Fleet
Aircraft In Fleet Orders Seating Notes
Antonov An-140-100 2 0 52 Stored
Yakovlev Yak-40 1 0 13 VIP-seat configuration
Antonov An-148 0 2 n/a
Total 3 2

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