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Aeroflot Board Proposes To Increase Share Capital By 1.7 Bln Shares
Russia's Aeroflot Approves RUB 39 Bln Credit Line In Sberbank
Russia's Aeroflot H1 Passenger Traffic 12.9 Mln, Down 54.2% Y/Y
Aeroflot-Rossiyskiye Avialinii PAO or Aeroflot - Russian Airlines OJSC) is a Russia-based company involved in the provision of passenger and cargo air transportation services, both domestically and internationally. The Company and its subsidiaries also provide airline catering and insurance services. Its affiliates are mainly comprised of cargo-handling services, fuelling services and duty-free retail businesses. It operates a fleet of 128 liners to provide scheduled flights to 115 destinations to 52 countries around the world. The Company’s fleet includes mainly such aircrafts as: Airbus A330, 320, A321 and Sukhoi SuperJet-100. It operates through numerous branches and representative offices, located domestically and abroad, as well as several subsidiaries. On September 16, 2014, the Company established new wholly owned subsidiary Byudzhetny Perevozchik LLC.
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Vitaly Gennadevich Saveliev
General Director (Chief Executive Officer), Chairman of the Management Board, Executive Director
Evgeny Ivanovich Ditrikh
Non-Executive Chairman of the Board
Vladimir Borisovich Aleksandrov
Deputy Chief Executive Officer - Legal and Property Matters, Member of the Management Board
Vladimir Nikolaevich Antonov
First Deputy Chief Executive Officer - Operations, Member of the Management Board
Vasily Nikolaevich Avilov
Deputy Chief Executive Officer - Administrative Management, Member of the Management Board
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Flights from Moscow to Geneva will resume from Aug. 15 for passengers with residence permits in Switzerland, the TASS news agency reported on Saturday, citing the Swiss embassy in Moscow.
Russia said on Saturday it would allow flights to resume to Geneva starting from Aug. 15, a first air link to be reopened between Russia and a continental European since all scheduled air traffic was suspended in March due to the coronavirus.
British Airways is expected to resume flights to Russia on Aug. 2, Russia's Federal Air Transport Agency said on Friday, as Russia plans to restart some regular international flights on Saturday.
Russia plans to resume some international flights from Aug. 1, Deputy Prime Minister Tatiana Golikova said on Friday, but the list of destinations will initially be limited to Tanzania, Turkey and the United Kingdom.
Sheremetyevo Airport, Russia's busiest, has postponed the construction and renovation of two terminals by at least four years to the 2030s due to the coronavirus pandemic, it said in an annual report.
State banks may be involved in a new share issue by Aeroflot, Russia's biggest airline, the Interfax news agency cited the minister of transport as saying on Friday.
Russia has drafted a support plan for Aeroflot <AFLT.MM> where the government and state bank VTB <VTBR.MM> would buy into a new share issue by the country's biggest airline, which has been hit by the coronavirus crisis, two sources with direct knowledge of the plan told...
Russia has drafted a support plan for Aeroflot where the government and state bank VTB would buy into a new share issue by the country's biggest airline, which has been hit by the coronavirus crisis, two sources with direct knowledge of the plan told Reuters.
Sheremetyevo Airport, Russia's busiest, is bracing for a 66% fall in traffic this year as it plans to resume flights next month, its board chairman said, and expects it to take about a year before a return to pre-crisis levels.
Russian airline Aeroflot <AFLT.MM> on Tuesday reported its first-quarter net loss widened to 22.48 billion roubles ($326.2 million) after traffic tumbled because of travel curbs imposed in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Russia's Aeroflot Group <AFLT.MM> can receive up to 7.9 billion roubles ($106.8 million) in state aid as part of a package to support the country's aviation industry during the pandemic, a government document and Reuters calculations showed.
The number of passengers flying with Russian airlines in April fell 91.8% year on year, Russia's federal aviation agency Rosaviatsiya said on Tuesday, with fewer people travelling because of the new coronavirus outbreak.
Governments have so far offered more than $100 billion in financial aid to airlines as the industry struggles under severe pressure from coronavirus crisis, fleet groundings and revenue loss. Here is some of the support offered (in chronological order): DATE COUNTRY SUM...
The number of passengers flying with Russian airlines fell by 28.1% in March, Russia's federal aviation agency Rosaviatsiya said on Tuesday, with fewer people travelling due to the coronavirus.
Seven Russian airlines have received permission to transport cargo in the passenger cabin, when no passengers are on board, as the coronavirus outbreak has halted the majority of flights, the Russian aviation authority Rosaviatsiya said on Thursday.
The number of passengers flying with Russian airlines fell by 26.6% in March, Russia's federal aviation agency Rosaviatsiya said on Wednesday, citing restrictions imposed in connection with curbing the spread of the coronavirus.
Russia's main home-grown passenger plane, the Sukhoi Superjet 100, will be used by the United Nations for its peacekeeping missions after a contract was signed last month, according to Rosaviatsiya, Russia's federal air transport agency.
Russia's main home-grown passenger plane, the Sukhoi Superjet 100, will be used by the United Nations for its peacekeeping missions after a contract was signed last month, Rosaviatsiya, Russia's federal air transport agency said.
Russia on Friday said it was temporarily suspending all flights in and out of the country from midnight, including those for repatriating citizens, to limit the possibility of a new wave of coronavirus infections.
Russian lowcost airline Pobeda, a subsidiary of flagship carrier Aeroflot, will suspend all its domestic flights and stop flying altogether from April 1 until the end of May, the company said.
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