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Skol Airlines ceased its operations in 2022. Please click on the logos below to find out more about airlines that fly similar routes to Komiaviatrans:

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Skol Airlines, or Skol Aviakompania, was a Russian airline which operated regular passenger, charter and cargo flights across Siberia. The company was founded in 2000 and was headquartered in Surgut. It worked with companies such as Alrosa, a Russian diamond mining company, and Gazprom, a Russian natural gas production company.

Skol operated its services from a fleet consisting of helicopters, turboprop aircraft and narrow body equipment.

In December 2021, Skol Airlines was banned from operating flights within the EU. Skol's operator certificate was revoked after it went bankrupt later in 2022.


Skol Airlines operated its services from a fleet consisting of helicopters, turboprop aircraft and narrow body equipment. Skol had the following aircraft within its fleet:

  • Cessna Caravan
  • Yakolev Yak-40
  • Eurocopter AS350B3
  • Mil Mi-8AMT
  • Mil Mi-171
  • Mil Mi 26-T
  • Mil Mi-8T

As of 2021, there is no information about Skol Airlines baggage policies.

Baggage Allowance

Carry-on baggage

Carry-on baggage must fit in the overhead lockers and under the seat in front.

Checked baggage

Checked baggage couldn't weigh more than 32kg due to international health and safety regulations and it could not exceed the permitted size allowance. Baggage exceeding the baggage allowance is subject for extra fees.

Check In

Online Check In

Skol Airlines didn't offer an online check in service.

Airport Check In

There is no information about Skol Airlines airport check in opening and closing times. However, we advise that all passengers arrive at least 3 hours before their flight departure time to avoid long queues at the airport.


SKOL Airlines operated flights to destinations across Eastern and Western Siberia. In the past, it has flown elsewhere, including to Haiti, the Philippines, Afghanistan, Pakistan, South Sudan, Uganda, Democratic Republic of Congo, Liberia and Lebanon.

Hub Airport

Surgut International Airport

Surgut International Airport, also known as Surgut North Airport, is an airport in Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug, Russia, located just north of Surgut and the hub for Skol Airlines. The airport was first built in 1937, with a new terminal being opening in 1975 and had its first international flights in 2001. The airport handles more than 1.5 million passengers each year.

The airport is also the hub for Utair but serves airlines such as Aeroflot, Air Kyrgyzstan, Pobeda, Yamal Airlines and SCAT Airlines.

Outside of Surgut International Airport

Book Skol Flights in English

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Skol Airlines FAQ's

Can I book Skol Airlines flights?

No. Since Skol Airlines ceased its operations you can no longer book flights with the airline through Alternative Airlines. However, there are a number of different airlines that operate a similar route including UTair and Pobeda Airlines. To begin searching for flights, head to the top of the page and fill in the search form.

Where did Skol Airlines fly to?

Skol Airlines flew to a number of destinations across Eastern and Western Siberia.