|Hubs||Saratov Tsentralny Airport|
|Key people||Igor Tretyakov, Director|
Saratov Airlines was founded in 1931. It was called "Saratov United Air Squad" and was a part of Aeroflot. The airline has received a prestigious award, "Krylia Rossii" (Russian Wings), three times. Until 2013 it operated as Saravia (Russian: Саравиа).
In December 2013, Saratov Airlines, became the first Russian operator of Embraer E-Jets, with the arrival of two Embraer 195 114-seat aircraft.
On 14 October 2015, the Russian aviation authorities sanctioned Saratov Airlines after a violation of security rules. The airline was therefore no longer allowed to operate flights to destinations outside of Russia from 26 October 2015. However, by May 2016 the airline had resumed international charter services.
As of May 2016, Saratov Airlines operates the following domestic scheduled and international charter passenger flights:
- Heraklion - Heraklion International Airport seasonal charter
- Thessaloniki - Thessaloniki International Airport seasonal charter
- Moscow - Domodedovo International Airport
- Kazan - Kazan International Airport
- Nizhny Novgorod - Nizhny Novgorod International Airport
- Saint Petersburg - Pulkovo Airport
- Samara - Kurumoch International Airport
- Saratov - Saratov Tsentralny Airport base
- Surgut - Surgut International Airport seasonal charter
- Yekaterinburg - Koltsovo Airport
Saratov Airlines fleet includes the following aircraft as of June 2016:
- ch-aviation.com - Rosaviatsia sanctions Saratov Airlines for safety violations 14 October 2015
- saratovairlines.ru - Расписание ("Schedule") (Russian) retrieved 25 May 2016
Media related to Saravia at Wikimedia Commons
- Official website (English) (Russian)
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