Interavia Airlines

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Авиакомпания Интеравиа
Interavia Airlines logo.png
IATA ICAO Callsign
Founded 1998
Ceased operations 2008
Hubs Domodedovo International Airport
Focus cities Sochi, Mineralnye Vody, Anapa, Magadan
Fleet size 7
Destinations 7
Company slogan Interavia — flight of success!
Headquarters Moscow, Russia
Key people Gen. Director Vladimir N. Gloshkin

Interavia Airlines (Russian: Авиакомпания Интеравиа) was an airline based in Moscow, Russia. It operated scheduled and charter passenger services. Its main base was Domodedovo International Airport, Moscow.[1] The Russian aviation authority suspended their flights from 17 October 2008.[2]


The airline was established as Astair Airlines in 1998 and became Interavia Airlines on 18 May 2005.[1] It started regular services from Moscow in July 2005.[3] Interavia Airlines was registered as a corporation with publicly traded stock, with no shares owned by the Russian Government.

Because of financial difficulties, the airline suspended operations on October 9, 2008[4] and shortly thereafter lost its operating licence. Astair only flew with a few (Or one) Yakovlev Yak-42.


As at October 2008, Interavia Airlines operated flights to:[5]


The Interavia Airlines fleet included the following aircraft (as of 6 October 2008) [1]:

Interavia Fleet
Aircraft Total
Tupolev Tu-154M 2
Yakovlev Yak-42 1
Ilyushin Il-62 4
Total 7

The corporation planned to buy several Italian ATR-42 40-50-seat turboprops and some Boeing aircraft.

Operation in 2007 report[edit]

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)


  1. ^ a b "Directory: World Airlines". Flight International. 2007-04-03. p. 93. 
  2. ^ "Russia suspends regional airlines". BBC News. 15 October 2008. Retrieved 5 May 2010. 
  3. ^ Domodedovo International Airport – New Interavia services Archived 2007-09-28 at the Wayback Machine. 15 August 2006
  4. ^ 9 Airlines Grounded Over Unpaid Debts, 'St Petersburg Times', 17 October, 2008
  5. ^ (in Russian) Polet-Sirena

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