|Hubs||Saratov Tsentralny Airport|
|Parent company||Private Airline|
|Key people||Igor Tretyakov, Saratov Airlines Director|
Saratov Airlines (Saratov Airlines Joint Stock Company, Russian: Саратовские авиалинии) is an airline based in Saratov, Russia. It operates domestic and international passenger flights from Saratov to destinations in Europe, the Middle East and the CIS. Its main base is Saratov Tsentralny Airport. Until 2013 it operated as Saravia (Russian: Саравиа).
Saratov Airlines was founded in 1931. It was called "Saratov United Air Squad" and was a part of a big state airline. The airline has received a prestigious award, "Krylia Rossii" (Russian Wings), three times. In December 2013, Saratov Airlines, became the first Russian operator of Embraer E-Jets, with the arrival of two Embraer 195 114-seat aircraft.
Saratov Airlines operates scheduled services to the following destinations from Saratov (March 2014):
- Russia Moscow (Domodedovo International Airport)
- Russia Ekaterinburg (Ekaterinburg-Koltsovo Airport)
- Russia Mineralnye Vody (Mineralnye Vody Airport)
- Russia Rostov-on-Don (Rostov-on-Don Airport)
- Russia Sochi (Sochi International Airport)
- Russia Surgut (Surgut International Airport)
- Armenia, Yerevan (Zvartnots International Airport) (ends 18 July 2015)
- Czech Republic, Prague (Prague Vaclav Havel Airport)
- Turkey, Istanbul (Sabiha Gökçen International Airport)
- Ukraine Simferopol (Simferopol International Airport)
Saratov Airlines fleet includes the following aircraft (February 2014):
- КУДРЯШОВА, Наталия (15 July 2015). "Рейс из Саратова в Армению закрывается из-за нехватки пассажиров". "Комсомольская правда" - Саратов". Retrieved 15 July 2015.
- "Russian Carrier Saravia to lease Embrear 195s".
- Flight International, 3–9 October 2006
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