Yamal Airlines is a Russian airline which operates regional passenger services. Yamal Airlines flies to many destinations including Yerevan, Ganja, Lankaran, Tivat, Nadym, Anapa, Perm, Saint Petersburg, Surgut, Taganrog, Tyumen, Moscow, Kogalym, Kiev, Odessa, Nis, Uray, Ufa and many others. Yamal Airlines has Airbus A320s, Airbus A321s, Boeing 737s, Bombardier Challenger and Let L-410. The airline is based in Salekhard, Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous Okrug in Russia.
The maximum baggage allowance for checked bags is 20kg for Economy Class passengers and 30kg for Business Class passengers.
Yamal Airlines' passengers must check-in at the airport or use the airlines online check-in service.
Yamal Airlines flies to the following destinations:
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The Yamal Airlines fleet includes Bombardier CRJ-200, Sukhoi Superjet 100 and Airbus A321 aircraft.
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20th June 2018
Roschino International Airport to build new terminal
Roschino International Airport (TJM) is having a new terminal building built by Novaport Holding, a transport company that deals with regional airports within Russia. The new terminal will be 17,000 sq m and will allow for a significant increase in passenger growth. Roschino International Airport had a yearly passenger traffic of 1.8 million people in 2017, and with the new terminal, that number is expected to rise by nearly 20%, meaning the airport would handle 5 million passengers per year.
The airport recently underwent a five-year reconstruction project that saw passenger traffic grow from 250 people per hour to 600 people per hour. However, Novaport Holding felt that there's demand to further expand the airport and bring even more traffic in with the arrival of a new terminal.
Roschino International Airport is the hub of two different Russian airlines, one of them being the regional carrier, Yamal Airlines.
16th March 2018
Yamal Airlines aims to become the largest in Siberia and the Far East
Yamal Airlines could become the largest in Siberia and the Far East in the next decade, says governor of the Yamalo-Nenets Autonomous District, Dmitry Kobylkin.
"We are being asked in many cities of Russia, especially Siberia and the Far East, to open flights." Yamal "will become the largest operator in Siberia and the Far East on the fly," he said.
He noted that the regional airline will continue to replenish its fleet with SSJ-100s, with eight more due by end of 2018. In total, the carrier will operate 25 SSJs, with plans to potentially take more, according to the governner.
Yamal is also planning to buy new MS-21-300s, to replace A320 and A321, although no order has been placed yet.
Yamal operates scheduled and charter flights to cities in Russia and in other countries. The fleet is composed mainly of SSJ-100, A320, A321 and CRJ. Earlier it was reported that the airline will become an anchor in the Chelyabinsk airport.
1st January 2018
Yamal Airlines first landing on new runway at Kurumoch Airport
Russian regional carrier Yamal Airlines, touched down at Samara's Kurumoch Airport, marking the relaunch of their second runway. The aircraft came from Rostov-on-Don yesterday. The runway is predicted to see over 600 takeoff and landings in its first fortnight. The relaunch had been scheduled after renovation. It has been part of a large rejuvenation of the airport, including a new passenger terminal, possibly to account for the influx of passengers for the 2018 Russian World Cup.
20th December 2017
Yamal Airlines finds APU maintenance solution for expanding fleet
Russian regional carrier Yamal Airlines, which is planning to enlarge its fleet with the addition of six Sukhoi Superjet 100 (SSJ100) aircraft early next year, has awarded APU maintenance contracts to Tennessee, USA-based engineering repair specialist StandardAero. Yamal Airlines is headquarted in Salekhard, Yamalo-Nenetsk Autonomous District. Established in 1997, it operates an expanding array of regional passenger services from its main hub at Tyumen.
The two multi-year APU contracts include a three-year agreement to provide Honeywell-standard MRO services on Yamal’s fleet of 10 CRJ-200LR aircraft and a five-year agreement supporting Honeywell services on the carrier’s 10 SSJ100s. APU services will be provided at StandardAero’s Maryville, Tennessee facility. A Honeywell authorized service centre, StandardAero provides customers “with the most experience and comprehensive workmanship in the industry,” reads the company’s announcement. It serves a diverse range of customers in business and general aviation, supporting airline, military, and helicopter operators, as well as providing components, energy, and VIP completions markets. The company celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2011.
StandardAero is an independent provider of aviation services, including engine and airframe maintenance, repair, and overhaul, engine component repair, engineering services, interior completions, and paint applications. Two years ago, it was acquired by Veritas Capital, a private equity firm headquartered in New York City, which invests in companies that provide “critical products and services” to government and commercial customers worldwide, including those operating in the aerospace and defense, health care, technology, national security, communications, energy, and education industries, says the statement.
“These long-term [Yamal Airlines] agreements, with one of the largest fleets of the new SSJ100 and a leading regional carrier in Russia, are a result of StandardAero’s reputation for delivering high quality, cost-effective services and our ability to support cross-product maintenance solutions for all of Yamal’s APU MRO service requirements,” stresses Peter Turner, president of StandardAero Airlines and Fleets.
1st September 2017
Yamal Airlines concludes B737-500 operations
Yamal Airlines (YC, Salekhard) has concluded B737-500 operations following the return of its only remaining aircraft of the type to its lessor, AerCap, last week. According to Skyliner Aviation, VQ-BNM (msn 28201) was ferried from Moscow Domodedovo to Shannon last week leaving the Russian carrier's Boeing inventory at two B737-400s. Aside from the B737s, Yamal Airlines also operates seven A320-200s, two A321-200s, one CL-850, ten CRJ-200s, and seven SSJ 100-95LRs. It currently serves thirty-eight destinations spanning Russia, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Montenegro.
25th April 2017
Yamal Airlines granted permission
Yamal Airlines has been granted permission by Tajik authorities to fly from Ramenskoye/Zhukovsky to Dushabe. This has been a long wait however the airline have stated they are pleased with the recieving the new service route.