||Currently Not Operational
||+7 812 324 3634
||+7 812 704 3702
Click below for data links:
STARTED OPERATIONS IN 1932. FORMER NORTHWEST DIRECTORATE OF AEROFLOT (ARO). A K A AIR ST PETERSBURG AND PULKOVO AIR TRANSPORT. ALSO, PULKOVO AVIATION ENTERPRISE. DOMESTIC, REGIONAL & INTERNATIONAL, SCHEDULED & CHARTER, PASSENGER & CARGO, JET AIRPLANE SERVICES.
18/4 PILOTOV STREET
196210 ST PETERSBURG, RUSSIA
Russia (Russian Federation) was established in 1991, it covers an area of 17,075,400 sq km, its population is 148.4 million, its capital city is Moscow, and its official language is Russian.
JANUARY 1997: FIFTH LARGEST PASSENGER OPERATOR IN RUSSIA AFTER AEROFLOT (ARO), TRANSAERO (TRX), VNUKOVO AIRLINES (VNU), & DOMODEDOVO (DOD).
TO AMSTERDAM, ATHENS, BARCELONA, BERLIN, BRUSSELS, OSLO, BUDAPEST, BOURGAS, COPENHAGEN, DUSSELDORF, FRANKFURT, MILAN, HAMBURG, HELSINKI, LARNAKA, LONDON, LUXEMBOURG, MADRID, ROME, MILAN, MUNICH, PARIS, PAPHOS, PRAGUE, SHANNON, SOFIA, VARNA, STOCKHOLM, TEL AVIV, VIENNA, WARSAW, AND ZURICH.
BORIS DEMCHENKO, GENERAL DIRECTOR, SAYS COMPANY HAS LAUNCHED $280M DEVELOPMENT OF ST PETERSBURG INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, INCLUDING CARGO TERMINAL, PASSENGER TERMINAL, & 3-STAR HOTEL.
1996 = 2.5M PASSENGERS (PAX) & 18,900 TONS OF CARGO.
2 737-4YO'S (PM559; PM560), (GUI) LEASED, DELIVERIES.
APRIL 1997: 7,086 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 787 FLIGHT CREW (FC) & 933 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).
JANUARY 1998: LUFTHANSA (DLH) & PULKOVO COMPANY TO JOINTLY BUILD NEW AIR CARGO TERMINAL AT ST PETERSBURG'S PULKOVO AIRPORT, DESIGNED TO HANDLE 30,000 TONS/YEAR, & INVOLVE A $10M INVESTMENT.
1 TU-154M TO AJT AIR INTERNATIONAL (AJA) SISTER, TRANSEUROPEAN AIRLINES.
APRIL 1998: 7,086 EMPLOYEES (INCLUDING 787 FLIGHT CREW (FC) & 933 MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS (MT)).
APRIL 1999: 7,000 EMPLOYEES. SITA: LEDKKZ8.
1ST Q = 95.13M RPK (TRAFFIC), 8.73M FTK (FREIGHT TRAFFIC) (-2.3%), 52K PASSENGERS (PAX) (-2%).
JANUARY 2000: TO CODE SHARE WITH AEROFLOT (ARO) ON SELECTED ROUTES.
FEBRUARY 2000: 1 TU-154M (91A-868, RA-85695), BAIKAL (BKL) LEASED.
MARCH 2000: AN-12V (02348202) RETIRED. AN-12V (00347402, RA-12995), SOLD TO EAST LINE (ESL).
APRIL 2000: (http://www.pulkovo.ru). SITA: LEDKKZ8.
OPERATES TO 26 DESTINATIONS IN WINTER, AND 30 IN SUMMER.
PLANS TO PHASE OUT ITS TU-134'S FROM 2002 AND REPLACE THEM WITH TU-334'S.
MAY 2000: 6 TU-154B-1'S, AND 6 TU-154B-2'S AIRPLANES BROKEN UP.
JULY 2000: 1999 = 2.72B RPK (+3.9%); 1.49M PAX (+8.2%).
SEPTEMBER 2000: 1 TU-134A-3 (60977, RA-65144) DELIVERY.
OCTOBER 2000: PULKOVO AIRPORT TO BUILD 10,700 SQ M, TERMINAL, TO HANDLE 35,000 TONNES CARGO/YEAR. GLOBEGROUND (LUFTHANSA - (DLH) WILL MANAGE FACILITY AND OWN 40%. PULKOVO AIRPORT HANDLED 22,500 TONNES IN 1999.
1 TU-154M (89A-808, RA-85658), EX-ROSSIYA.
APRIL 2001: 7,168 EMPLOYEES.
OPERATES SCHEDULED SERVICES THROUGHOUT EUROPE, TO 26 DESTINATIONS IN WINTER, AND 30 IN SUMMER.
AUGUST 2001: 1ST 6 MONTHS = 1.34B RPK, 773K PAX (+13.2%).
OCTOBER 2001: 1 TU-154B2 (79A-343, RA-85343) DELIVERY.
DECEMBER 2001: 1 TU-154M (92A-894) BOUGHT FROM SICHUAN AIRLINES (SIC).
FEBRUARY 2002: 2001 = 1.88M PASSENGERS (PAX) (+15.6%).
(Telephone: (812) 104 33 02). (FAX: (812) 104 37 02).
May 2002: To Zurich (2/week).
TU-154M (92A-919, RA-85187), delivery.
July 2002: ACCDT: Il-86 (/83 RA-86060) carrying 16 Flight Crew (FC)/Cabin Attendants (CA) crew home after flight duty, crashed into woods shortly after takeoff from Moscow Sheremetyevo airport = 14 fatalities. 2 (CA) in the tail section, survived the crash. Later, (STG) confirmed that the accident was caused by a jammed tail stabiliser, set in the wrong position.
February 2003: Intends to fit its entire fleet with a Russian Ground Proximity Warning System (GPWS) by the end of 2005. The cost of the system is 40-50% lower than equivalent foreign systems. Has completed flight tests on a Tu-154M and is waiting for the State Civil Aviation Agency to approve the technical documentation.
Plans to increase the number of charter flights in 2003 to 950 (828). Most of these will be St Petersburg, Moscow, Ekaterenburg and Novosibirsk, to various destinations in France, Turkey, Spain, and Italy (Tu-154M).
2002 = 2.07M passengers (PAX) (+10.2%).
March 2003: In 5/03, resume St Petersburg - Geneva (Tu-154, weekly). In 6/03, resume St Petersburg - Berlin/Dusseldorf/Hamburg and add Munich (Tu-154, 2/week).
July 2003: All required information exchange between Pulkovo Customs and Cargo Terminal Pulkovo will be done in electronic format only.
August 2003: Will merge with Rossiya by 2005, to create a 100% state-owned carrier that will be Russia's 2nd largest.
Plans to invest up to $60M to construct a new terminal at Pulkovo Airport for international flights in late 2004. Pulkovo (STG) has already invested $27M of its own money and is looking to borrow the rest through a bank loan of 7 - 10 years.
Plans to order 25 Tu-334's.
September 2003: 2002 = 3.87B RPK (+14.2%); +14.1% ASK; 67.9% LF (+.1); 2.1M PAX (+10%).
2002 TOP WORLD AIRLINES PASSENGER TRAFFIC RPK (B):
114 (BNG) 4.33; 115 (FUA) 4.28L 116 (RJA) 4.21; 117 (CSA) 4.18; 118 (YUN) 3.97; 119 (VOZ) 3.92; 120 (CDF) BERLIN) 3.92; 121 (XIJ) 3.88; 122 (STG) 3.87; 123 (MCR) 3.87; 124 (TAC) 3.85; 125 (SBE) 3.77.
TU-154M (935, /92 RA-85753) to Yakutia.
October 2003: 2 Tu-154M's (98A-1014; 98A-1015), deliveries.
November 2003: In 5/04, Sochi - St Petersburg - Norilsk - Sochi (weekly). Resumme St Petersburg - Geneva. St Petersburg - Ust' - Kamenogorsk. In 6/04, Moscow - Munich. Resume Moscow - Berlin, Dusseldorf, Hamburg, and St Petersburg - Bishkek (weekly). St Petersburg - Chelyabinsk - Novokuznetsk - Chelyabinsk (weekly). In 7/04, St Petersburg - Pavlodar (weekly).
1 Tu-154M, ex-Slovak Airlines (SLO), acquired from TKC Praha.
January 2004: 2003 = 2.4M passengers (PAX).
March 2004: Aigle Azur (AZU) received most (a total of 1,460/year) of the Paris Orly (ORY) slots previously held by defunct Air Littoral, worth 2 flights/day. COHOR also distributed former Air Littoral slots to Air Nostrum (104), Egyptair (EGP) (104), Montenegro Airlines (MNO) (936), Pulkovo Airlines (STG) (624), Sky Europe (SKP) (624), Turkish (THY) (434), and Tunisair (TUN).
April 2004: St Petersburg - London Gatwick (LGW) (Tu-154M, 2/week), - Kemerovo (Tu-134, weekly), & - Beijing (Tu-154M, weekly).
June 2004: Code share with SN Brussels (DAT), St Petersburg - Brussels.
July 2004: In 12/04, St Petersburg - Salzburg (Tu-154M, weekly).
2003 = 4.73B RPK (+22.3%); 73% LF; 2.4M PAX (+16.1%); 19.23M FTK (+16.1%).
September 2004: Has been ordered by the government to merge with Rossiya Airlines. The airline division of Pulkovo will be separated from the St Petersburg airport operation.
November 2004: 2 +3 orders (3/05) 737-548's, ex-Aer Lingus (ARL), (ILF) 5 year leased. Currently, fuel prices mean that no Tu-154B operation can be profitable.
December 2004: Code share with Air Baltic (BAU), Riga - St Petersburg (F 50, 4/week). In 3/05, St Petersburg - Warsaw.
February 2005: 18 orders (6/06) An-148-100B's, regional jets, Ilyushin Finance Corp 15-year leased, 2 class, 68 passengers. Regional flights between St Petersburg and Moscow.
August 2005: 5-year contract to Lufthansa Technik (DLH) (LTK) for Total Technical Support for 737-500 fleet and engines.
November 2005: To merge with Rossiya State Transport Company before the end of the year.
3 737-548's (25737, EI-CDF; 25738, EI-CDG; 25739, EI-CDH), ex-Aer Lingus (ARL).
December 2005: Pulkovo Airlines (STG) will inaugurate nonstop scheduled service from St Petersburg to Venice on Jun 3rd. The airline will operate 2 flights a week, on Tue/Sat, with a 737-500. Pulkovo (STG) previously operated charter flights on this route.
Pulkovo Airlines (STG) took delivery of an additional 737-548. The airline now has 4 in its fleet and is expecting a 5th one soon.
March 2006: Russian airlines reported a combined -RUB2.2 billion/-$78.7 million drop in net profit in 2005, according to a statement from the Federal Air Transport Agency cited by Russian media. Revenues increased +10% to RUB180 billion against a +20% lift in costs. The number of passengers grew +3.9% to 35.1 million and passenger revenues rose +3.4%.
Finnair (FIN) and Pulkovo Airlines (STG) signed a codeshare agreement for joint flights between Helsinki and St Petersburg from March 26.
May 2006: Pulkovo Airlines (STG) is a major Russian airline operating jet airplanes to domestic and international destinations.
(IATA) Code: FV - 195. (ICAO) Code: PLK - PULKOVO. SITA: LEDAEZ8.
Parent organization/shareholders: Government (100%).
(Telephone: +7 812 104 33 02). (FAX: +7 812 104 37 02).
Alliances: AeroSvit Airlines (UKA); AirBaltic (BAU); Austrian Airlines (AUL); (LOT) Polish Airlines; Scandinavian Airlines (SAS); & SN Brussels Airlines (DAT).
Main Base: St Petersburg Pulkovo Airport (LED).
Domestic, scheduled destinations: Adler/Sochi; Arkhangelsk; Barnaul; Bratsk; Chelyabinsk; Ekaterinburg; Irkutsk; Kalingrad; Khabarovsk; Krasnodar; Krasnojarsk; Mineralnye Vody; Moscow; Murmansk; Nizhnevartovsk; Noril'sk; Novosibirsk; Novyj Urengoj; Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky; Rostov; Samara; St Petersburg; Surgut; Tyumen; Ufa; & Vladivostok.
International, scheduled destinations: Almaty; Amsterdam; Baku; Beijing; Berlin; Bishkek; Budapest; Copenhagen; Dushanbe; Dusseldorf; Frankfurt; Geneva; Hamburg; Hanover; Helsinki; Istanbul; Karaganda; Kiev; London; Milan; Munich; Paris; Prague; Rome; Samarkand; Stockholm; Tashkent; Tbilisi; Tel Aviv Yafo; Vienna; & Yerevan.
June 2006: AirBaltic (BAU) will start four-times-weekly, Riga - Kaliningrad flights on July 2 using F 50s, codesharing with Pulkovo Aviation Enterprise (STG).
August 2006: ACCDT: A Pulkovo Airlines (STG) Tu-154M (92A-804, /91 RA-85185) en route from Anapa to St Petersburg carrying 160 passengers and 10 crew crashed yesterday in Ukraine, killing all aboard. The crash was the third and deadliest in the region in less than four months, following the Armavia (ARM) A320 accident in May and the S7 Airlines (SBR) A310-300 overrun at Irkutsk last month.
The Pulkovo pilots (FC) sent a distress signal about 2 minutes before the Tu-154 disappeared from Air Traffic Control (ATC) radar around 2:30 pm local time, Russian authorities said. The crash occurred 30 miles north of Donetsk and reports from the area described a fiery scene as rescue workers attempted to recover bodies from wreckage shrouded by heavy smoke. "The plane crashed and burned in a field," reported Flight Safety Foundation's Aviation Safety Network, which noted it was the third worst Tu-154 accident in terms of fatalities and the worst-ever airplane crash on Ukraine soil.
Reports of possible causes varied. Officials in Ukraine said a fire had broken out onboard. In Russia, authorities said the plane had encountered severe turbulence caused by stormy weather and dismissed terrorism as a possibility. Russian Emergency Situations Ministry spokesperson Irina Andrianova was quoted widely as saying the Tu-154 "most likely was hit by lightning." There were no other confirmations of that assertion.
The airplane was built in 1991 and had amassed 8,643 hours and 4,782 cycles, according to Ascend's CASE database. Russian President, Vladimir Putin ordered a commission established to probe the accident. The last major airline crash in Ukraine also involved a Tu-154; in October 2001, a then-Siberia Airlines (SBR) Tu-154 en route from Tel Aviv to Novosibirsk was hit mistakenly by a Ukrainian missile, killing 78 passengers and crew.
Pulkovo Airlines (STG) Tu-154M's flight data and cockpit voice recorders were recovered yesterday by workers sifting through the debris of Tuesday's crash near Donetsk in Ukraine that killed 170 passengers and crew. "Both recorders seem to be in satisfactory condition," Russian Transport Minister, Igor Levitin said, adding that the devices will be sent to Moscow for examination. Ukrainian Prosecutor General, Oleksandr Medvedko initiated a criminal probe into the crash to determine whether safety violations occurred.
A later report said the T-154M encountered bad weather associated with local thunderstorm activity. The pilot changed course laterally by 20 km and attempted to climb above the storm cells. However, the thunderstorm front was unusually high, extending to 47,000 feet. The airplane reached a maximum height of 39,500 feet, where it entered a deep stall. The flight crew (FC) could not recover and the airplane entered a spin with a high angle of attack.
September 2006: Pulkovo announced it intends to add 10 Embraer EMB-170s to its fleet to replace Tu-134 airplanes. The airline is close to signing a deal with GECAS (GEF) to lease 4 EMB-170s for delivery between April 2007 and June 2007. In mid-2007, Pulkovo (STG) is planning to buy 5 - 6 airplanes.
Pulkovo Airlines (STG) and Rossiya Airlines (SDM) are expected to merge into a new airline, likely called "Soyuz," in the coming months. The new airline is expected to begin operations with around 50 airplanes.
October 2006: The merger between Pulkovo Aviation Enterprise and Rossiya Airlines (SDM) under the Rossiya Airlines (STG) brand is completed.
The European Commission (EC) updated its list of airlines banned in the (EU), adding Kenya's DAS Air Cargo (DAC) and Uganda's Dairo Air Services (DAR), due to "the serious safety deficiencies identified in these twin airlines in the last few months," as well as Ariana Afghan Airlines (AFG). The (EC) also banned all 27 companies certified in Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyz Air (KYR), owing to "the national control authority's inability to supervise them effectively."
Sixty-eight carriers - - 19 from the Democratic Republic of Congo, 21 from Liberia, 18 from Sierra Leone, and 10 from Swaziland - - have been removed, as they ceased operating because they lost their Air Operator's Certificates (AOC)s. Eight recently created airlines in the (DRC) have been added. Air Services Comores (COM) of Comoros, previously banned outright, now is subject to operational restrictions, and will be allowed to operate services bound for Europe with an airplane recently fitted with appropriate safety equipment. The (EC) also decided to keep Phuket Air (PHK) and Air Koryo (KOY) on the list.
The Commission and the member states' aviation safety experts examined six other individual cases, including Pulkovo Aviation (STG), Pakistan International Airways (PIA), Ghana's Johnsons Air (JON) and Ajet (HCY) (the former Helios Airways). It concluded that it did not consider an immediate banning measure was called for on the basis of air safety criteria, but stated that it will "be keeping a watchful eye" on those operators' implementation of the corrective action they and their respective national authorities have promised.
February 2007: 2 Embraer EMB-170s (00153, EI-DVW; 00154, EI-DVV), GECAS (GEF) leased.
October 2007: Russian airlines have been ordered by the Transport Ministry to follow a list of customer service regulations beginning October 20 or risk fines and the eventual loss of their operating licenses, "The Moscow Times" reported. Under the new directives, airlines are forbidden from denying travel in the case of lost or stolen tickets and must provide hot meals every 4 hours and hotel rooms in the case of extended delays, among other things, the paper said.
August 2008: The city of St Petersburg is soliciting bids from companies interested in buying the right to operate Pulkovo airport (LED). St Petersburg, as Vladimir Putin’s home city, is Russia’s second largest after Moscow. Prior to 2006, the airport controlled Pulkovo Airlines (STG), which subsequently merged with Moscow-based Rossiya Airlines (SDM) and adopted the "Rossiya" name. From St Petersburg, Rossiya (SDM) now serves roughly 70 cities in Russia, 20 in nearby ex-Soviet nations and another 35 in Europe and the Middle East. Its domestic traffic actually fell -1% (year/year) but total traffic grew +14% (RPK) as international volumes soared +33%. According to the Official Airline Guide (OAG), Rossiya (SDM)’s busiest St Petersburg markets, by seats scheduled for September, are Moscow, Antalya, Helsinki, and Sochi.
February 2009: Russia's Federal Anti-monopoly Service (FAS) is intent on abolishing overflight fees charged to foreign airlines, which traditionally benefit Aeroflot (ARO). (FAS) Director, Igor Artemyev told reporters that his agency has prepared a relevant draft decree to be submitted for government approval shortly. Since the late 1970s, foreign operators have been paying pro-rate charges for transiting airspace over Siberia on routes between Europe or North America and Asia. Under this practice, Aeroflot (ARO) receives substantial additional revenue, which industry experts estimate at $200 to $400 million per year. "We don't mean to harm Aeroflot (ARO) in any way, but that system of imposing feudal royalties is an absurdity and should be eliminated," Artemyev said.
Discussing the matter with Russian counterparts in 2005, European aviation authorities claimed that payments for rights to fly on trans-siberian routes cost (EU)-based carriers more than >€250 million annually. Founders of newly formed aviation holding, Rosavia also are lobbying against overflight charges, citing the advantage gained by Aeroflot (ARO), which Rosavia is designed to rival. The Transport Ministry, however, is opposed to scrapping the charges in the short term. Minister, Igor Levitin told reporters that the fees should remain in place at least until after 2014, when Russia will host the Winter Olympics in Sochi.
September 2010: (SITA) signed a 5-year contract with St Petersburg's Pulkovo Airport to provide its AirportConnect agent and self-service check-in platform. The deal includes installation of 100 new workstations and five CUSS kiosks, as well as modernization of existing airport infrastructure. The airport is served by more than >70 domestic and international airlines.
November 2010: Construction has started on Phase 1 of an €800 million/$1.05 billion development program at Pulkovo Airport, which serves St Petersburg, Russia. A ceremony on November 24 was attended by Russia's Prime Minister, Vladimir Putin; Klaus-Dieter Scheurle, Parliamentary State Secretary in the German Ministry of Transport, and officials of the Northern Capital Gateway consortium, which is supporting the development. A new terminal is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2013. Other projects include expanding aprons, modernizing infrastructure and building a hotel and business center near the airport. Fraport AG, the parent of Frankfurt Airport, assumed the Pulkovo concession eight months ago and manages operations. It has a 35.5% holding in the Northern Capital Gateway consortium. Other consortium participants are VTB Bank, 50%; Cypriot Investor Kolseva Holdings Ltd, 7.5%, and the Copelouzos Group of Greece, 7%.
January 2014: Russian authorities have approved the new Terminal 1 for Saint Petersburg Pulkovo International Airport, providing it meets all technical requirements. Terminal 1 officially opened December 4, 2013 after a two-month “testing program.”
The airport had already announced that from February 1, several Russia’s carriers (including S7 Airlines (SBR), UTair (TYU), Transaero (TRX), OrenAir (ORB)) will transfer all domestic flights to the newly opened terminal.
Rossiya Airlines (SDM) has transferred several flights there, including flights from Saint Petersburg to several cities in Germany, but because of procedural violations discovered by authorities, the Federal Environmental Industrial and Nuclear Service (Rostechnadzor) refused to issue confirmation documents.
Since early December, Terminal-1 operations were called “testing” and carriers could not transfer more flights.
Pulkovo Airport is operated by Northern Capital Gateway Company Construction of the new international passenger terminal started in 2010. It is part of a €1.2 billion/$1.6 billion investment program by the Northern Capital Gateway consortium to renovate the airport and construct the new terminal with the aim of increasing capacity to 17 million passengers per year.
Pulkovo Airlines (STG) subsequently merged with Moscow-based Rossiya Airlines (SDM) and adopted the "Rossiya" name.
Click below for photos:
0 737-4YO HGW (CFM56-3) (26077; 26078), RTND (GEF), LST (THY) 2002-01.
5 737-548 (CFM56-3B1) (1989-24989, /91 EI-CDD; 2050-25115, /91 EI-CDE; 2232-25737, /92 EI-CDF, 2005-11; 2261-25738, /92 EI-CDG, 2005-12; 2271-25739, /92, EI-CDH, 2006-01), EX-(ARL) 2004-11, (ILF) 5 YR LSD. 117Y.
2 +2 ORDERS EMBRAER EMB-170 (00153, EI-DVW, 2007-02; 00154, EI-DVV, 2007-02), (GEF) LSD.
0 AN-12V (02348202 RETIRED; 00347402, RA-12995 ST (ESL) 2000-03), 2 CLASS, 68 PAX.
18 ORDERS AN-148-100B, ILYUSHIN FINANCE CORP 15 YR LSD:
8 IL-86 (NK-86) (51483202017, /82 RA-86050; 51483203028, /83 RA-86061; 51483203030, /84 RA-86063; 51483204037, /85 RA-86070; 51483204040, /85 RA-86073; 51483207063, /87 RA-86092; 51483207065, /88 RA-86094; 51483208074, /89 RA-86106) (/83 RA-86060 DESTROYED IN JULY 2002). 350Y OR 10C, 317Y.
0 TU-134A (D-30-11), RETIRED. 16C, 52Y.
11 TU-134A-3 (D-30-111) (44060, /76 RA-65004; 49350, /76 RA-65042; 49907, /77 RA-65068; 60172, /78 RA-65088; 60215, /78 RA-65093; 60339, /78 RA-65109; 603509, /78 RA-65112; 60380, /78 RA-65113; 60628, /78 RA-65128; 60977, /79 RA-65144, 9/00; 62239, /79 RA-65759), 16C, 52Y.
6 TU-154B-2 (NK-8-2U) (334, /79 RA-85334; 377, /79 RA-85377; 381, /79 RA-85381; 390, /80 RA-85390; 441, /80 RA-85441; 530, /82 RA-85530; 542, /82 RA-85542; 552, /82 RA-85552; 553, /82 RA-85553; 579, /83 RA-85579), 4C, 154Y; OR 30C, 102Y.
12 TU-154M (D-30KU-154-II) (89A-808, RA-85658, EX-ROSSIA 10/00; 91A-868, /91 RA-85695; 925, /92 RA-85739; 935, /93 RA-85753; 948, /93 RA-85767; 951, /93 RA-85769; 952, /93 RA-85770; 953, /93 RA-85771; 963, /93 RA-85779; 969, /93 RA-85785; 984, /94 RA-85800; 908, /92 RA-85832), 1 (BKL) LSD 2000-02; 1 LST (AJA) TRANSEUROPEAN AIRLINES. 4C, 150Y.
1 TU-154M (D-30KU-154-II) (893, /91 RA-85171), 4C, 150Y.
1 TU-154M (D-30KU-154-II) (92A-894, /91 RA-85185), EX-(SIC) 2001-12, 4C, 150Y.
2 TU-154M (D-30KU-154-II) (92A-919, /92 RA-85187; 886, /91 RA-85204). 4C, 150Y.
3 TU-154M (D-30KU-154-II) (98A-1014, /97 RA-85834 2003-10; 98A-1015, /98 RA-85835 2003-10; 98A-1018, /98 RA-85836 2003-11), EX-(SLO). 4C, 150Y.
5 ORDERS TU-204-300, LSD.
25 ORDERS TU-334.
GENNADY BOLDYREV, DIRECTOR GENERAL.
ALEXANDER NIKOLAEVICH GOLOVIN, GENERAL DIRECTOR (ACTING).
NIKOLAY KOLESOV, DEPUTY GENERAL DIRECTOR & AIRPORT DIRECTOR.
GENNADY NAPRIENKO, TECHNICAL DIRECTOR.
EVGENY GLUSMAN, TERMINAL OPERATIONS DIRECTOR.
VASILY NALETENKO, COMMERCIAL DIRECTOR.
BORIS GUDKOVICH, FINANCIAL DIRECTOR.
SERGEV BELOV, AIRLINE DIRECTOR.
GENNADY BOLDYREV, MAINTENANCE DIRECTOR (T: 7-812) 324-3651).
VASILY VASEV, ENGINEERING DIRECTOR.
KHAZCHENKO VICTOZ, CHIEF ENGINEER (T: 7-812) 324-3654).