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Unfortunately, in 2006, Pulkovo ceased flying operations and merged with Rossiya.
Pulkovo was 100% state owned and operated from Pulkovo Airport. It was the third largest airline in Russia and completed a merger with government owned Federal State Unified Aviation Service Company to form a new company under the name Rossiya.
Previously, Pulovo flew to many destinations including Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Phuket, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Egypt, Georgia, Israel, United Arab Emirates, Ufa, Surgut, Perm, Omsk, Norilsk, Krasnodar, Bratsk, Branaul, Anapa and many others.
Pulkovo Airlines used Aeroflot livery until ordered to change it in 1997 so to avoid confusion.
Pulkovo Airlines joined IATA in June 2000.
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Pulkovo Aviation Enterprise was an international Russian Airline based in St Petersburg - now renamed Rossiya after a merger with another carrier. Pulkovo Airlines of Russia The new merged carrier - under the name Rossiya - is now emerging as one of Russia’s largest and most dynamic carriers. Within Russia, cities served include: Anapa, Arkhangelsk, Barnaul, Bratsk, Vladivostok, Volgograd, Yekaterinburg, Irkutsk, Kaliningrad, Krasnodar, Krasnoyarsk, Mineralnye Vody, Moscow, Murmansk, Nizhnevartovsk, Novokuznetsk, Novosibirsk, Novy Urengoi, Norilsk, Omsk, Perm, Samara, Sochi (Adler), Surgut, Tyumen, Ufa, Khabarovsk and Chelyabinsk. International destinations include: Agadir, Alicante, Amsterdam, Almaty, Antalya, Astana, Athens, Baku, Barcelona, Berlin, Bishkek, Bodrum, Budapest, Bourgas, Bukhara, Varna, Vienna, Hamburg, Hannover, Goa, Dalaman, New Delhi, Djerba, Dubai, Dusseldorf, Yerevan, Geneva, Heraklion, Karaganda, Kiev, Copenhagen, Kostanay, Larnaca, London, Madrid, Malaga, Majorca, Milan, Monastir, Munich, Pavlodar, Paris, Beijing, Prague, Phuket, Rome, Thessaloniki, Samarkand, Simferopol, Istanbul, Stockholm, Sofia, Tbilisi, Tel Aviv, Tunisia and Tenerife. Pulkovo now called Rossiya Whilst the recent merger of Pulkovo and Rossiya was a marriage enforced by Presidential decree, from a passenger perspective it has created a major new force in Russian aviation with strong hubs at both St Petersburg and Moscow, Vnukovo. Add this to the Government sponsored plans to upgrade the fleet with the addition of 20 new aircraft by 2010 and we reckon that many more westerners will be trying this airline before long. Watch out for more aircraft with Rossiya’s striking livery at airports around the world.