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About Krasair

KrasAir was a Russian international scheduled service airline based in Krasnoyarsk and part of the AirUnion alliance.

KrasAir was the leader of the Russian AirUnion alliance of airlines, which includes Domodedovo Airlines, Samara Airlines, Omskavia, and Sibaviatrans, and had acquired Malev of Hungary. In its own right KrasAir had a large network of Russian domestic services as well as serving many international destinations. Within Russia destinations served included Barnaul, Baykit, Blagoveshchensk, Bratsk, Chita, Igarka, Irkutsk, Kemerovo, Khabarovsk, Komsomolsk-na-Amure, Krasnodar, Krasnoyarsk, Mineralnye Vody, Moscow (Domodedovo), Novosibirsk, Norilsk, Omsk, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Podkamennaya Tunguska, Rostov-on-Don, Samara, Severo-Yeniseysk, Sochi, St. Petersburg, Tomsk, Tura, Turukhansk, Ulan-Ude, Vladivostok, Yakutsk, Yekaterinburg and Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk. Internationally the following cities were served: Almaty, Bishkek, Dushanbe, Khujand, Tashkent, Beijing, Yerevan, Baku, Vienna, Frankfurt, Hanover, Stuttgart, Athens, Podgorica and Lisbon.

KrasAir was a very dynamic and ambitious Russian airline run by the two Abramovich Brothers (no relation to the one who owns Chelsea Football Club in London). Their acquisition of Malev pointed to more international developments in the future. Much of the expansion was funded by the EBRD (European Bank of Reconstruction and Development) and from a passenger perspective their aggressive pricing made them worth considering - even on indirect routings across Russia.

The airline suffered a liquidity crisis, resulting in operational shutdowns and strikes. Eventually, the company was forced to cease their operations in octubre 2008.

 


 

Krasair Fleet

As of mayo 2008, the following is the aircraft that this airline had in its fleet:

Boeing 737-300 Boeing 757-200 Boeing 767-200ER
Evektor EV-55 Outback Ilyushin II-62M Ilyushin II-76
Ilyushin II-86 Ilyushin II-96-300 McDonnell Douglas DC-10-30
Tupolev Tu-154 Tupolev Tu-214 Yakovlev Yak-40
Yakovlev Yak-42    

 

Krasair Destinations

Before this airline ceased operations, it flew to the following destinations in Europe, Asia and domestically in Russia.

Yerevan,
Armenia
Salzburg,
Austria
Baku,
Azerbaijan
Beijing,
China
Frankfurt,
Germany
Hannover,
Germany
Athens,
Greece
Heraklion,
Greece
Thessaloniki,
Greece
Almaty,
Kazakhstan
Baikonur,
Kazakhstan
Bishkek,
Kyrgyzstan
Tivat,
Montenegro
Lisbon,
Portugal
Barnaul,
Russia
Blagoveshchensk,
Russia
Chita,
Russia
Igarka,
Russia
Kemerovo,
Russia
Khabarovsk,
Russia
Khatanga,
Russia
Komsomolsk-on-Amur,
Russia
Krasnodar,
Russia
Krasnoyarsk,
Russia
Kyzyl,
Russia
Mineralnye Vody,
Russia
Moscow,
Russia
Norilsk,
Russia
Novosibirsk,
Russia
Omsk,
Russia
Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky,
Russia
Rostov-on-Don,
Russia
Saint Petersburg,
Russia
Samara,
Russia
Sochi,
Russia
Tomsk,
Russia
Tura,
Russia
Ulan-Ude,
Russia
Vladivostok,
Russia
Yakutsk,
Russia
Yekaterinburg,
Russia
Yeniseysk,
Russia
Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk,
Russia
Dushanbe,
Tajikistan
Khujand,
Tajikistan
Bangkok,
Thailand
Pattaya,
Thailand
Dubai,
United Arab Emirates
Tashkent,
Uzbekistan
     

 


 


Krasair Hub Airport

Yemelyanovo International Airport

Krasnoyarsk International Airport is one of Russia’s major airports, located in Krasnoyarsk Territory. The airport was first constructed in 1970, and started operations 10 years later in 1980. It is currently a hub for KrasAvia, NordStar and Pegas Fly, although it is also a focus city for IrAero, Ural Airlines and Azur Air.