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Founded 1994
Hubs Sheremetyevo International Airport
Fleet size 2
Parent company Clintondale Aviation (100%)
Headquarters Moscow, Russia
RusAir Tupolev Tu-134, St Petersburg, 2001

Atlas jet (ex-Rusair) is an airline with its headquarters in Moscow, Russia. It provides charter services and business flights, aviation management and project support. It also offered international medevac services.


The airline was established on 30 November 1994 and started operations in 1994. It was formerly known as CGI Aero. It was 100% owned by Clintondale Aviation. Following the fatal accident in 2011, its AOC license was revoked.[1] In October 28, 2011, the airline re-opened after changing its name to "Atlasjet".


As of June 2015 the AtlasJet fleet includes the following aircraft:

Incidents and accidents[edit]

On 20 June 2011, a RusAir Tupolev Tu-134A-3K,[2] Flight 243, operating for RusLine, with 43 passengers and nine crew crash landed, broke up, and caught fire on a highway short of the runway at Petrozavodsk Airport while en route from Moscow to Petrozavodsk, killing 47 people and leaving five survivors.[3]


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