Kavminvodyavia is no longer flying and has ceased operations as of October 2011. Find out more below about alternative airlines that fly similar routes to Kavminvodyavia.
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Kavminvodyavia was an airline based in the Caucasus region of Russia. The airline used to operate scheduled passenger services to over 20 destinations within the Caucasus region and also internationally.
The airline was first established in 1961 under the name 'Mineralnye Vody Aviation Group'. In 1988, the airline was reorganised into Mineralnye Vody Civil Aviation Enterprise. It was reorganised once again in 1995 into the State United Venture Kavminvodyavia.
In 2010, the Russian government decided to transfer all assets from Kavminvodyavia to Aeroflot - this lead to the airline eventually ceasing operations towards the end of 2011.
Kavminvodyavia flew to a selection of cities in Russia and Europe. Below is a list of all of Kavminvodyavia's former destinations before it ceased operations:
Mineralnye Vody Airport is an airport situated in Stavropol Krai, Russia. The airport is available for public use and has a civilian terminal. Currently, the airport is a hub for Rossiya - a major Russian airline.
Vnukovo International Airport is an international airport located in Moscow, Russia. It is one of four major airports serving Moscow. In 2019, the airport handled just over 24 million passengers.
The airport is currently a hub for many Russian airlines including Azur Air, Gazpromavia, I-Fly, Pobeda, RusLine and Utair.
Stavropol Shpakovskoye Airport is an airport located in Stavropol Krai, Russia. It currently served medium-sized airlines that are flying between Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Sochi and Istanbul.
Kavminvodyavia operated a fleet of 10 aircraft before ceasing operations in 2011. Before it stopped flying, it had 8 Tupolev Tu-154Ms and 2 Tupolev Tu-204-100s.