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UTair

Utair is a Russian airline with hubs at Surgut International Airport and Vnukovo International Airport.

Utair Group is a Russian aviation group. The group includes companies engaging in aircraft operation, including airplanes and helicopters, repair and maintenance, staff training, in-flight services, and air transport service sales. The group consists of companies including Utair Airlines, Utair Helicopter Services, Turukhan, Vostok, Utair CJSC, Helisur, Utair Europe, Utair South Africa, Utair India, TS Technic, and Utair Engineering JSC. They provide different services for private and corporate clients, like VIP transport services, charter transport flights, tourist charter flights, and air transport services for rotational crews. Utair Airlines operates passenger flights to Russia’s major cities and international destinations including Baku, Berlin, Dushanbe, Heraklion, Minsk, Munich, Riga, Tashkent, Thessaloniki, Vienna, Vilnius and Yerevan, and more. Since 1991, the Utair Helicopter Services has been contracted by the UN for humanitarian cargo helicopter deliveries, and since 2001 the company has been providing air transport services for the UN.

Partners

the following are some of Utair's partners:

  • Air Moldova
  • Air Malta
  • Turkish Airlines
  • Belarusian Airlines
  • Lufthansa
  • Ukraine International
  • Vietnam Airlines
  • Air Seychelles
  • Air Baltic
  • Air Astana

Timeline

2013
Helicopter Services JSC is founded within the UTair Group.
2012
Turukhan Airlines offers helicopter services in the Krasnoyarsk Territory joins UTair Group.
2011
Vostok Airlines, based in Khabarovsk, becomes part of UTair.
2009
UTair joins the Helicopter Industry Association.
2003
UTair joins the Helicopter Association International.
September 21, 2002
UTair was founded.
2002
Tyumenaviatrans Aviation is renamed UTair Aviation JSC.
1967
UTair is established.

Patents

Further reading

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Documentaries, videos and podcasts

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"Service station" for aircraft, Utair service

Flight in Eurobusiness class Utair Moscow- Surgut

October 29, 2021

News

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February 9, 2020
NDTV.com
A Russian plane carrying 100 people crash-landed on its belly in the north of the country after experiencing problems with landing gear Sunday, the company and officials said, adding no one was seriously hurt.

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