Articles Tagged ‘SIP’
“Cake, we all like a bit of cake don’t we? I know I do. I love a bit of cake. I do. I just like cake.” Not our words, but the words of Marjorie Dawes, a character from noughties British sitcom Little Britain. We couldn’t have put it any better ourselves Marjorie – and here […]
Ural Airlines becomes Moscow airport’s newest partner with three routes.
Aeroflot adds four new domestic routes, and five new European sectors from four different Russian airports.
Russian market set for changes as Aeroflot to absorb Transaero Airlines; fastest-growing Russian airports and airlines revealed
We reveal the top airports and airlines in Russia in the first half of 2015 and how they compare with 2014. We also report on which country markets have seen the biggest changes in capacity in the last two years.
S7 Airlines is Moscow Domodedovo’s biggest airline and Moscow Domodedovo is the oneworld carrier’s most important airport in terms of weekly seats – being over six times larger than its #2 operation. We reveal which are the airline’s busiest routes in terms of ASKs and how many destinations it serves.
Red Wings Airlines starts its seventh domestic route from St Petersburg. Aeroflot and Yamal Airlines to compete.
Produced between 1946 and 1958 in the Soviet Union, the GAZ-manufactured ‘Pobeda’ car (it means Victory) has been adapted for many purposes. The name has now been adopted by Aeroflot’s LCC (formerly known as Dobrolet), which was launched (or is that relaunched) this week from Moscow Vnukovo Airport.
Dobrolet — Aeroflot’s LCC venture — gets underway from Moscow Sheremetyevo.
VIM Airlines’ traffic starts to stabilise in recent years; Makhachkala and Simferopol are top destinations for S14
Following a fluctuating pattern since 2005, VIM Airlines’ traffic began to stabilise in recent years, with 1.4 million passengers handled in 2013. As the sixth largest Russian operator (according to Innovata schedule data) expands significantly from its Moscow Domodedovo hub this August, anna.aero investigates VIM’s top 12 routes and reveals which country markets are served […]
Ukraine International Airlines, Wizz Air Ukraine, UTair Ukraine help rise to challenge after AeroSvit’s collapse
When Ukraine saw its largest airline collapse, other carriers stepped up and more than replaced the lost capacity. We look to see how air traffic in the Ukraine has developed in recent years, and list the more than 50 new services which have launched from Kiev (and other cities) since the beginning of the year.
Ukraine International Airlines connects Simferopol Airport and Tel Aviv Airport; adds seasonal services from Kiev Borispol Airport to Adler/Sochi Airport.
Air Onix connects Simferopol Airport in the Crimea and Tbilisi Airport.