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About Yakutia Airlines

Yakutia Airlines is a Russian airline based in Yakutsk. The airline operates domestic passenger services in Russia and within the Commonwealth of Independent States, as well as charters to destinations in Europe from its hubs at Yakutsk Airport and Moscow's Vnukovo Airport.

Yakutia Airlines flies to many destinations including Anapa, Batagay, Beijing, Belaya Gora, Chita, Fergana, Khonuu, Krasnodar, Krasnoyarsk, Irkutsk as well as Anchorage in the United States. The airline was founded as Sakha Avia, the former Aeroflot Yakutsk Division and also previously known as Yakutaviatrans.

The airline operated cargo charters to Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East until it filed for bankruptcy in early 1999. It emerged in 2000 and is controlled by the regional government, Neryungri State Air Enterprise. It merged with Yakutavia in 2002 and changed its name to form Yakutia Airlines.


Yakutia Airlines Fleet

The Yakutia Airlines fleet includes five Sukhoi Superjet 100-95 aircraft and one Boeing 757-200PCF.


Yakutia Airlines Baggage

Carry-on Baggage

Yakutia passengers are permitted hand baggage with a maximum weight of up to 10kg. Baggage must not exceed the dimensions of 55 x 40 x 20cm.

Checked Baggage

Passengers travelling in business class and comfort class with Yakutia Airlines are permitted 40kg of free checked luggage. Passengers travelling in economy class are permitted 20kg of free checked baggage. Passengers travelling within the Yakutia Republic are permitted 20kg of free checked baggage. Check baggage must not exceed 50cm x 50cm x 100cm.


Yakutia Airlines Check-In Information

Web Check-in

Yakutia Airlines offer passengers the ability to check in for their flights online. This opens 23 hours before scheduled departure time, and closes 2 hours prior to departure. The link to check-in online with Yakutia Airlines can be found here.

Please note that online check-in is available from the following airports: Yakutsk, Moscow, Khabarovsk, Irkutsk, Magadan, Krasnoyarsk, Novosibirsk, Vladivostok, Blagoveschensk, Yekaterinburg, Chita, Bratsk, Ulan-Ude, Okha, Sochi, St.Petersburg, Neryungri, Krasnodar, Anapa and Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky.

Airport Check-In

If passengers are unable to check-in online, they must arrive at the airport with plenty of time to complete check-in and check any bags they may have. Report to the Yakutia Airlines agent at the airport check-in desk to complete registration.


Economy Class

Economy Class is one of two cabin classes that Yakutia Airlines offer. Economy is the more basic and affordable cabin of the two, designed for those who want a straightforward but pleasant journey. 

Economy Class Facilities

Passengers can order food and drink from the in-flight menu. However, the option of food will differ depending on the length of the journey.

For entertainment, passengers are provided with board games and newspapers, which are available on request. 

Economy Class Seats

Economy Class seats are set out in a 3 x 3 formation. Seats in Economy Class give sufficient space and recline, which adhere to the international standards of aircraft seating. 



Business Class is perfect for passengers who are looking for a more comfortable and personalised service.

Business Class Facilities

Business Class passengers are looked after by the airline's expertly trained Business Class cabin crew, who will attend to all needs from passengers. 

Passengers can order from the airline's Business Class in-flight menu, which offers a great variety of delicious food and drink. 

For in-flight entertainment, passengers are given a range of reading materials, such as newspapers and magazines.

What are Business Class Seats Like?

Business Class seats are typically set out in a 2 x 2 formation. Seats are made from genuine leather and are designed to give passengers ultimate relaxation. 



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Yakutia Airlines Hub Airport

Yakutsk Airport

Yakutsk Airport is an airport located in Yakutsk, Russia. It was first constructed in 1931, with the current international terminal being built in 1996. The airport serves both regional and international flights for airlines such as S7 Airlines or Nordwind Airlines.

The airport currently has one airport, with a capacity of 700 passengers every hour.

Yakutsk Airport it not only the hub for Yakutia Airlines, but also Polar Airlines.


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Yakutia Airlines News

enero 2019

Yakutia Airlines resumes Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky- Anchorage service

Yakutia Airlines has announced that it will resume flights to Anchorage in the state of Alaska in the United States. The flights will be carried out weekly with a flight time of 4 hours and 20 minutes.


abril 2018

Yakutia Airlines announces the resumption of a weekly Ulan-Ude-Seoul service

It was announced that Russia's Yakutia Airline will resume weekly Ulan-Ude-Seoul seasonal Sukhoi Superjet 100 service mayo 29 through Sept 28.


abril 2018

Yakutia Airlines phases out its Bombardier Q400

Yakutia Airlines has made the decision to phase out its Bombardier Q400, half a decade after these aircraft entered service with the carrier. According to Federal Air Transport Agency’s records, as of March none of the three Q400s were flying for the airline. As well as the Q400 phase-out, Yakutia is facing several other fleet-related issues. For one, it needs to find a replacement for the obsolete Antonov An-24 aircraft This type will be gradually phased out in the beginning of the next decade.


noviembre 2017

Yakutia Airlines launch Vladivostok service

Yakutia Airlines announced it was to launch weekly Vladivostok - Magadan Sukho Superjet 100 (SSJ100) service.


febrero 2017

Yakutia Airlines announced it had taken delivery of fifth SSJ 100

Yakutia Airlines has accepted another Sukhoi Superjet 100 (SSJ 100) jet, the fifth of the type in its fleet. It leases the aircraft from GTLK State Transport Leasing Company through a special program offering favorable payment terms for the Russian-built regional jet. According to the airline, the aircraft with tail number RA-89037 (MSN 95077) landed at Yakutsk Airport on febrero 7. It is one of the three aircraft leased through GTLK. The lessor is expected to deliver two more SSJ 100s to Yakutiya which will replace a pair of similar aircraft leased earlier through VEB-Leasing.

Yakutia’s new SSJ 100 left the assembly line in noviembre 2016. It is an extended-range version, dubbed SSJ 100LR. The aircraft features a single economy class cabin layout with 103 seats. RA-89037 is scheduled to enter commercial service with the operator next week. It will mostly fly on routes across Russia’s Far East, but occasional flights to China, Japan and South Korea are not excluded. All three SSJ 100s leased through GTLK are enrolled in a special program offered to Russian regional carriers. Whereas VEB-Leasing set its leasing rate in hard currency, GTLK offers rates in rubles.


diciembre 2016

Yakutia Airlines acquired Polet Airlines

YakutiaAirlines and Polar Airlines, the two carriers controlled by the government of Russia’s Republic of Yakutia, have merged.The two Russian airlines will continue to operate separately but coordinate their fare policies. Yakutia became the owner of 100% minus one share of Polar Airlines. The remaining golden share will remain in the hands of the republic’s ministry of property relations to enable the local government to block decisions that may prejudice the rights of either party. The shares were purchased at their market value, for the total amount of 911.4 million rubles ($15 million).

Nevertheless, both carriers will remain separate legal entities, writes TASS newswire. The shareholder agreements necessary to regulate the companies’ operational activities will be signed in the first quarter of 2017. The route networks, fleets and offices of both airlines will remain intact for the time being. Basically the airlines will carry on with their own operations, but the fare decisions will be made jointly. Initial plans called for Yakutia and Polar merger to be completed by September this year, in line with the government’s road map for creating an aviation holding. The aim of the merger was to improve the efficiency and competitiveness of the region’s air transport sector. Polar Airlines’ management expressed confidence that the merger would integrate the best of the two operators. Yakutia in its turn, noted that the priority task was to reach synergy in flight schedules and improve management efficiency. The two carriers earlier signed a code-share agreement.

Yakutia Airlines currently has 21 aircraft registered in its fleet: a Boeing 757-200, five Boeing 737-800s, three of each of Bombardier Q300, Bombardier Q400 and Sukhoi Superjet 100s and six An-24s. In the period from January to November this year Yakutia carried 632,100 passengers, up 6.8% from the same period last year. It is now number 18 in the Russian airlines rating by traffic. Polar Airlines, which, besides passenger transportation, holds a certificate for aerial works, operates a fleet of 37 aircraft, including two DA 40NGs, two L-410UVP-Es, a Pilatus PC-6, four An-2s and the same number of An-3Ts, five An-24s, three An-26s and sixteen Mil Mi-8MTV-1 / Mi-8T helicopters. At the end of 11 months of this year it served 106,600 passengers, down 3.2% year-on-year, and occupies 34th position in the rating. The government is eyeing the opportunity for another airline active in the region, Alrosa, to join the merger some time in the future. Its traffic grew 23.6% so far this year to 394,700 passengers. It takes the 23rd place in the list of Russia’s largest airlines by passenger traffic, and is also certified for aerial works.


febrero 2016

Yakutia Airlines announced it was to boost the number of flights from Alaska to destinations in the Russian Far East and beyond

Thee new Yakutsk connections will operate via established destination Petropavlovsk-Kamchatskyon the Kamchatka peninsula on Russia’s Pacific coast. Scheduled flights are tailored to allow North American travellers to connect same-day at Kamchatka and Yakutsk to Moscow, Khabarovsk, Vladivostok and a host of other Russian cities.


julio 2016

Yakutia announce Winglet design on aircraft

Yakutia Airlines announced it was the first airline in the Russian Federation to install and operate with Split Scimitar Winglets on its Boeing Next-Generation 737-800 aircraft which are leased from Fly Leasing Limited.

The latest Winglet design, known as the Split Scimitar Winglet, uses existing Blended Winglet technology but adds new aerodynamic Scimitar tips and a large ventral strake, further increasing the efficiency of the airplane. Yakutia Airlines offers Business Class to its passengers with leather seats with its slimline, elegant design, provides a surprising amount of comfort and greater privacy.Yakutsk-based Yakutia Airlines has taken delivery of a fourth Sukhoi Superjet 100 regional jet fitted in the long-range version. The Russian carrier has announced that the aircraft is being delivered by the GTLK State Transport Leasing Company.


febrero 2016

Yakutia receive subsidies from government

Yakutia Airlines announced it will receive RUB800 million (USD10.57 million) in state subsidies from the government of the Sakha Republic (Yakutia) to cover its leasing costs for this year. Last year, Yakutia retired a number of Western-built aircraft including B737-700s, B737-800s, B757-200s, and Dash 8-400s citing a decline in demand for domestic travel coupled with cutbacks in Russian federal funding and the weakening rouble.