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Russian air transport statistics

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Articles on civil aviation in Russia

Pegas Fly Embraer

Russia’s Pegas Fly chooses AerFin for its E-Jets component support

With a five-year contract, AerFin is carrier’s new partner[...]
Russian airlines

Russian airlines’ passenger traffic returns to single-digit growth

Growth of passenger numbers is lowest since start of the year[...]
Aeroflot losses

Costs of additional aircraft and rising pilots’ salaries double Aeroflot losses

Fleet modernisation and the need to keep its captains led to a US$195 million net loss in Q1 2018[...]
aviation accident rates

CIS civil aviation accident rates deteriorate

The Interstate Aviation Committee records show ‘steady negative dynamics’ in accident rates since 2014[...]
next-gen CR929 wide-body airliner

Sino-Russian next-gen CR929 wide-body airliner moves another step forward

Russia's UAC and China’s COMAC approve the general layout of CRAIС CR929 aircraft[...]
Wing tip vortex

Russian airlines’ international traffic projected to grow twice as fast as domestic in 2018

Russian think-tank TCH examines the nation’s air transport performance in 2017[...]
Russia's S7 Airlines Airbus A320neo

Russia’s S7 Airlines sees net profit grow by 10.3 per cent in Q1 2018

Russia’s second largest airline’s January-March revenues reach 24.3 billion rubles, up 17 per cent year-on-year[...]
Emirates -B777-300

Emirates to launch third daily service to Moscow

Marking 15 years of operations to Moscow’s Domodedovo, the Gulf carrier has announced the launch of its third daily flight[...]
PC-12 mro

Russia’s first authorised maintenance centre for Pilatus Aircraft

Skypro Helicopters is to become an authorised MRO centre for PC-12 turboprops in Russia[...]
Cyprus Airways second Airbus A319

Russia-backed Cypriot carrier expands fleet and network

Cyprus Airways takes a second Airbus A319[...]
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Key economic indicators

Capital, surface area: Moscow, 17,098,250 sq km

Source: worldbank.org

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Aviation authority

Federal Air Transport Agency http://www.favt.ru

Russian air transport statistics

Passengers carried by Russian airlines in 2004-2016 - Russian Aviation Insider

Key performance indicators for Russian civil aviation, by type of service

Sources: Russian Transport Clearing House, Federal Air Transport Agency.

Top Russian international routes by passenger numbers carried

* The figures are for the total number of passengers carried in both directions within each city pair. The “from-to” directions given in the table had the higher number of passengers carried in 2016.

Source: Russian Transport Clearing House.

Top Russian domestic routes by passenger numbers carried

* The figures are for the total number of passengers carried in both directions within each city pair. The “from-to” directions given in the table had the higher number of passengers carried in 2016.

Source: Russian Transport Clearing House.

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Major airlines

Because of the economic slowdown, the number of Russian commercial airlines decreased from 389 companies registered in 1996 to 113 in 2016. This dramatic reduction is a direct reflection of market consolidation and the government’s policy to raise barriers for new players entering the air transport market. The airline assets controlled by the federal government are merged into the Aeroflot Group. Other local carriers are either privately owned or controlled by regional authorities.

After the demise in late 2015 of Transaero, Russia’s second largest airline, the local market has been dominated principally by the Aeroflot Group and several other large players comprising S7 Group (which includes S7 Airlines and Globus), as well as UTair and Ural Airlines.  Currently, the top-10 Russian airlines control 80% of the Russian market (see the diagram below), whilst foreign airlines carried less than 10 per cent of overall passenger numbers – or 28% of passengers on international routes to/from Russia in 2015.

Russian airlines’ market shares 2016

Notes:
The market shares are calculated by passengers carried on international and domestic routes

Statistics

Russian airlines statistics section contains detailed data on the number of passengers carried, passenger kilometers accomplished and passenger load factors for the leading Russian airlines between 2005 and 2016.

Major airlines’ company profiles

Provided below is the list of major airlines by passengers carried on international and domestic routes in 2016. Each airline profile contains information on the base airports, fleet, number of passengers carried (YOY since 2005), contacts and list of articles.

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Major airports

As of the beginning of 2016, Russia had 254 civil airfields and heliports, including 74 operating international airports. Of this total, 178 airports have paved runways, 76 are unpaved. 31  are certified for ICAO Cat I landings, 10 more for Cat II landings and only three – Moscow’s Sheremetyevo, Domodedovo and Vnukovo – for Cat III landing capabilities.

Major airports’ company profiles

Provided below is the list of major Russian international airports by passengers served in 2016. Each airport profile contains general information on the airport, data on runways, approved aircraft types, number of passengers served (YOY since 2005), contacts and list of articles.

Open sky agreements

  • Vladivostok – since Autumn 2011
  • Kaliningrad – since Summer 2015
  • Saint-Petersburg – negotiations are in progress

Statistics

Russian airports statistics section contains detailed data on the number of passengers and freight tonnages carried through Russia’s top airports between 2005 and 2016.

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