Red Wings

A Tupolev Tu-204-100 of Red Wings is seen taxiing at Vnukovo airport

A Tupolev Tu-204-100 of Red Wings is seen taxiing at Vnukovo airport. (Photo by Leonid Faerberg/Transport-Photo Images)

Base airports
Moscow (Domodedovo, Vnukovo)
Fleet
8: Tu-204-100 (3), Tu-204-100B (2), Tu-204-100B-04 (2), Tu-214 (1)
Passengers served in 2015-2005
red wings passengers carried 2008-2015
Contacts
address: 19 Zavodskoye Highway, Moscow, 119027
phone: +7 (495) 212-1251 (24/7)
e-mail: info@flyredwings.com
site: http://www.flyredwings.com

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Articles on Red Wings

Red Wings Superjet

Red Wings instructed to acquire 60 Superjet 100s by 2024

The airline, which is owned by the producer of the Russian commercial jets, has been assigned to buy them[...]
Lufthansa Technik

Lufthansa Technik signs new contracts with Russian airlines

The German MRO provider is continuing and expanding its technical support for airlines Red Wings and Smartavia[...]
Red Wings

Red Wings may be Russia’s next Boeing 777 operator

The all-narrow-body fleet operator owned by the parent of Russia’s aircraft industry is looking to lease its first wide-body aircraft[...]
Red Wings Tu-204

Russia’s Red Wings resumes Tupolev Tu-204 operations

Bringing back Russian-made VIP-configured jet doesn’t interfere with plans for adding six more Airbus A321s this year[...]
Kyrgyzstan Tupolev Tu-204

Kyrgyzstan introduces Tupolev Tu-204s for the first time

SkyKG Airlines has leased two of the ageing aircraft type which are owned by Russia’s Ilyushin Finance Co[...]
Smartavia

Russia’s Smartavia expands at St Petersburg as it continues fleet renewal

Second fastest growing airline is replacing its B737CL aircraft with NGs as it expands its service offering from Pulkovo[...]
Smartavia

INSIGHT: Introducing Russia's Smartavia, your more friendly airline

Nordavia reinvents itself as a hi-tech and user-friendly version called Smartavia[...]
Red Wings

Red Wings scraps its Airbus A220 order and retires its Tupolev Tu-204s

The Russian state-controlled carrier will have an all-Airbus A320 fleet ahead of the arrival of the MC-21[...]
Nordavia

Nordavia receives second B737-700 and is to sign for four -800s

Russian regional carrier is also planning to operate Airbus A220 next year[...]
Red Wings

Russia's Red Wings adds capacity as it projects 150 per cent growth in 2019

Ahead of taking delivery of 16 Russian-built MC-21 aircraft, the airline is to add 10 western-built jets to fleet[...]
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