Metrojet (Kogalymavia) stopped operations in March 2016.

The Airbus A321 of Metrojet (Kogalym Avia) pictured at Domodedovo

The Airbus A321 of Metrojet (Kogalymavia) pictured at Domodedovo airport, Moscow in May 2015 (Photo by Leonid Faerberg / Transport-Photo Images)

Base airports
Irkutsk, Yakutsk, Novosibirsk, Magadan
3: A-321 (1), A321-231 (2)
Passengers served in 2015-2005
metrojet passengers carried 2005-2015

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Articles on Metrojet (Kogalymavia)

Metrojet made its last flight in November 2015

Russian authorities ban Metrojet operations

The Russian airline fell victim to political consequences of a terrorist attack, which brought down its Airbus A321 over Sinai Peninsula.[...]

Russian security service describes Metrojet crash as terrorist act

Russian Federal Security Service has concluded that the Airbus A321's desintegration in flight over Sinai was caused by a self-made explosive device[...]

Metrojet dismisses human factor, malfunction as causes of A321 crash

The carrier’s officials say the airliner may have been subjected to a mechanical influence in flight[...]

Russia’s MetroJet A321 crashes in Egypt

The aircraft was carrying 217 passengers and 7 crew members on route from Sharm el-Sheikh to St. Petersburg[...]
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