Orenburzhye Airline (trade name of SUE of Orenburg region "Airport "Orenburg"), located in Orenburg, operates the following flights:
Currently, Orenburzhye Airline operates 46 aircraft: 7 aircraft L-410, 28 aircraft An-2, 5 helicopters Mi-2, 3 helicopters Mi-8 and Robinson 3-44.
Official website of the airline: www.orenairport.ru
"Ural Airlines" Airlines is among five largest Russian air carriers according to the number of passengers carried in January-July 2014-2015. In 2014, the airline provided services to more than 5.1 million passengers.
Airbus aircraft constitute the basis of aircraft fleet of “Ural Airlines”. Today the carrier operates 35 aircraft, having Economy and Business classes of comfort, where passenger will be provided service at the highest level. Route network of the airline includes more than 250 destinations. Every year the airline adds new cities of Russia, CIS and non-CIS countries to its flight map.
The main priority of "Ural Airlines" is international standards of quality and flight safety. In 2014, the airline "Ural Airlines" successfully passed another international audit for the compliance with security and safety standards and renewed its registration in the Register of IOSA, International Air Transport Association (IATA) up to 25 April 2016. Since May 18, 2015, it is a member of the International Air Transport Association (IATA).
Official website: www.uralairlines.ru
UTair is not only one of the largest airlines, but also the largest operator of helicopter transportation. In its work, the company stakes on transparency in relations with customers, continuous development and self-improvement. The company's management aims to rise to the status of undoubted leader of air transportation in Russia and is moving steadily toward it.
Today "UTair" has one of the largest aircraft fleet, consisting of both aircraft and helicopters. Despite the fact that the airline increasingly known for its aircraft, helicopter fleet of this airline has more than 350 aerial vehicles used mainly for transportation of passengers on local routes, goods, operation of sightseeing flights etc.
"UTair" regularly offers its passengers different discounts that makes this air carrier is very popular in Russia and at the same time, commercially viable among other major Russian airlines. The activity of this air carrier depends mostly on cooperation with travel companies, which allows to develop new routing and open new flights to the cities of the Russian Federation and non-CIS countries.
In total, the company is able to send passengers to more than a hundred different destinations; you can now buy tickets directly through the Internet, on the official website of UTair.
Aeroflot is the undisputed leader of civil aviation in Russia; actually, it is a national carrier.
Being established on March 17, 1923, it is one of the oldest airlines in the world and one of the most recognizable Russian brands. Aeroflot operates its own regular passenger flights to 122 cities from 52 countries of the world (in Russia, 36 cities) and cargo flights to 7 airports of the world: Hong Kong, Narita, Beijing, Seoul, Han, Helsinki, Shanghai.
It constantly increase and improve its aircraft fleet and has built a modern air terminal in Sheremetyevo. The company's fleet is one of the most modern, youngest and fastest-growing in Europe. Aeroflot complies with the highest international security standards.
Official web-site: www.aeroflot.ru
Somon Air is Tajik airline with an office headquartered in Dushanbe, the capital of Tajikistan.
This is the first private airline in the country, founded in 2008. It provides air transportation to such countries as Russia, Kazakhstan, Germany, Turkey, UAE, China, Saudi Arabia, Ukraine.
Official web-site: www.somonair.com