Kogalymavia Airlines ended flying operations in 2015
Search for alternative airlines through alternativeairlines.com, or why not book tickets from one of the recommended airlines below?
Kogalymavia Airlines (later known as Metrojet) was a Russian airline based at Kogalym International Airport, with Domodedovo International Airport in Moscow as the main hub airport.
It mainly flew international charter services to leisure destinations such as Saltzburg in Austria, Pula in Croatia, Treviso and Rimini in Italy (hub for Air Vallee), Da Nang in Vietnam, Tokyo, Osaka and Sapporo in Japan, and Tivat in Montenegro.
It was founded in 1993 as Kogalymavia Airlines, and later in 2012 was rebranded to Metrojet as part of the joint venture with TUI Russia and CIS, which was in operation until 2014. After the joint venture was broken up, Metrojet then flew independently until it suspended all operations in December 2015.
Airlines that offer similar routes: