KrasAvia is a Russian Airline that was originally founded in 1956 as Turin Airline and became KrasAvia in 1992. KrasAvia flies to many destinations including Tura, Baikit, Vanavara, Khatanga an Krasnoyarsk.
The KrasAvia fleet includes 5 Let L-410, 2 Antonov An-2, 4 Antonov An-24RV, 4 Antonov An-26B-100, Antonov An-32, 1 Yakoklev Yak-40, 5 Yakoklev Yak-42 and 28 Mil Mi-8T.
The maximum weight for hand luggage on KrasAvia flights is 5kg.
The checked baggage allowance for KrasAvia flights will vary according to your class fare and flight destination. Please consult your ticket for your baggage allowance.
To check-in for your KrasAvia flight, you must visit the check-in desk at the airport you are departing from. Ensure you arrive at the airport early enough with plenty of time to complete check-in by the deadline, and complete other airport security processes.
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KrasAvia is based at Yemelyanovo International Airport, which is based 27km from the centre of Krasnoyarsk in Russia. It is currently the 14th busiest airport in Russia in terms of passenger traffic. Other airlines which fly from the airport include Pegas Fly, Aeroflot and previously Saratov Airlines, before they ceased operations.
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