Founded in 1993, Atlant-Soyuz Airlines was a Russian airline offering scheduled services from its base at Moscow's third-largest international airport, Vkunovo. The airline was 25% owned by the City of Moscow, with the other 75% belonging to private investors. Atlant-Soyuz flew domestically within Russia and offered international services to Azerbaijan, Czech Republic, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.
During its final year of operations, Atlant-Soyuz Airlines rebranded to Moscow Airlines. However, the airline only lasted three months after the rebrand and ceased operations in early 2011.
Atlant-Soyuz Airlines flew to the following destination at the time that it ceased operations.
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Atlant-Soyuz fleet consisted of a mix of three different aircraft manufacturers. In total, Atlant-Soyuz Airlines had 16 aircraft within its fleet at the time it ceased operations. This included two Boeing 737-300, six Boeing 737-800 aircraft, five Ilyushin II-86 aircraft and two Tupolev Tu-154M aircraft.