Saratov Airlines

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Saratov Airlines
Saravia logo.png
IATA ICAO Callsign
Founded 1931
Hubs Saratov Tsentralny Airport
Fleet size 12
Destinations 6
Headquarters Saratov, Russia
Key people Igor Tretyakov, Director

Saratov Airlines (Saratov Airlines Joint Stock Company, Russian: Саратовские авиалинии, Saratovskije avialinii) is a Russian airline headquartered in Saratov and based at Saratov Tsentralny Airport.


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.[1] However, by May 2016 the airline had resumed international charter services.[2]


Saratov Airlines Embraer 195

As of May 2016, Saratov Airlines operates the following domestic scheduled and international charter passenger flights:[2]



Saratov Airlines fleet includes the following aircraft as of June 2016:

'Saratov Airlines fleet
Aircraft In Service Orders Passengers Notes
C Y Total
Embraer E195 2 14 100 114
Total 2


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Media related to Saravia at Wikimedia Commons