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UTAir Aviation is a Russian airline which operates mainly domestic services but also international services across Western Siberia.


UTair Aviation is a Russian airline based at Khanty-Mansiysk Airport (HMA). It is the third largest Russian carrier by passenger volume. UTair Aviation has been named the Best Regional Airline in Russia and the CIS at the Business Traveler Russia and CIS Awards 2016.


UTair serves 70 destinations in 11 countries across Europe and Asia. The airline flies to many destinations including Dushanbe, Khujand, Bukhara, Fergana, Samarkand, Tashkent, Lahore, Bangkok, Yerevan, Ganja, Nakhchivan, Baku, Phuket, Riga, Grozny, Ufa, Biysk, Kurgan, Kursk, Igarka, Komi and many others.


UTAir Aviation has codeshare agreements with S7 Airlines and Turkish Airlines.


Russia’s UTair Aviation has received approval for 14X-weekly Moscow-Berlin service. The Moscow-Berlin service is currently operated by Russia’s Sheremetyevo-based Aeroflot, which flies to Berlin Schönefeld, and S7 Airlines, which started Moscow Domodedovo-Berlin Tegel flights in March 2016. UTair, which has bases at Moscow Vnukovo as well as at several airports in Western Siberia, is the fourth largest airline in Russia. From January-October 2016, it carried 5 million passengers, up 15.9% year-over-year.


Russia’s fourth largest airline UTair selected Volga-Dnepr Gulf, a UAE-based maintenance subsidiary of Volga-Dnepr Group, to provide maintenance services on its five Boeing 737 aircraft. UTair is considering developing an intricate network across the North Caucasian Federal District in Russia's extreme southwest. Airline management is currently in talks with local government officials to start flights which would initially connect Mineralnye Vody with Makhachkala with stopovers in Grozny, and Vladikavkaz.




20th June 2018

UTAir Aviation's airport hub is getting a new terminal

Roschino International Airport (TJM), the hub of Russian airlines, UTAir Aviation, 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. 


1st June 2018

Boeing outsell Airbus thanks to UTAir Aviation order

Airbus and Boeing have long been in a battle over the number of orders they take in, and according to reports, April of this year was no different. Statistics show that Boeing outsold Airbus 78 to 68 in April 2018. UTAir Aviation was among the airlines that Boeing sold to.


The following is an overview of the sales that Boeing made in April 2018:

  • Boeing sold 25 Boeing 787-9 aircraft to American Airlines
  • Boeing leased a further 22 Boeing 787-8 aircraft to American Airlines
  • UTAir Aviation look to replace their Boeing 737NG aircraft with an order of 30 Boeing 737 MAX's
  • Boeing sold 1 Boeing 787-8 aircraft to Uzbekistan Airways, which will be Uzbekistan Airway's 8th Boeing 787-8 to join its fleet

3rd May 2018

UTair Group reports big net profit last year

UTair Group — the Russian airline group that operates UTair Aviation — has reported a net profit of €36 million in 2017, along with the following fiancial reports:


  • Revenue — €1152.5 million
  • Operating profit — €36.5 115.6 million
  • EBITDA — €214.4 million


UTair Group consists of a number of subsidary airlines, including UTair Aviation, UTair Cargo, UTair Europe, UTair India, UTair South Africa, UTair Ukraine, and Vostok Airlines.


April 2018

UTair begins operations withAero's SSJ100s

Russia’s Utair Aviation has started operating Sukhoi Superjet 100s (SSJ100) aircraft that belong to IrAero Airline, a company based in Irkutsk, after forming a mixed cooperative partnership where Utair assumes marketing and financial operations and IrAero supplies flights, staff and technical support under contract on Utair routes. The first flight left Moscow International Airport earlier this week and will perform 3 servicees a day from the Russian capital to Kazan, as well as daily services from Moscow to Arkhangelsk, Nalchik and Ulyanovsk. According to the carrier, the SSJ100 is more efficient on short routes, such as these. Utair’s passenger traffic increased 18.9% in January-February 2018 to 1.13 million. The carrier will further develop its network for the summer season and forecasts additional traffic growth, Utair passenger airline president Pavel Permyakov said.


March 2018

UTair schedules Kaluga launch form March 2018

ussian carrier UTair starting this month is launching new service at Kaluga, including the offering of 5 new routes. On board ATR72 aircraft, planned new routes include:

Kaluga – Adler/Sochi eff 03APR18 2 weekly 
Kaluga – Krasnodar eff 01APR18 1 weekly
Kaluga – Mineralnye Vody eff 05APR18 1 weekly
Kaluga – Moscow Vnukovo eff 08MAR18 1 daily
Kaluga – St. Petersburg eff 02APR18 3 weekly


December 2017

UTair predicts 12% traffic growth for 2018 

Russia's fourth largest carrier, UTair Aviation, has announced their performance targets for 2018. They have ambitious expectations of getting their traffic to reach 8.2 million passengers of the next year, 12% more than 2017, or roughly 1 million more passengers. This growth will be a result of operational efficiency improvements and seat load factor, not more capacity. There are also palns to implement new domestic and international routes, perhaps in light of the 2018 Russian World Cup.   


August 2017

UTair launches 42 routes in 2017

UTair Aviation launched 42 new destinations in the 2017 first half, the Russian carrier in a statement. The airline has developed a domestic network in the south of Russia, Ural, Siberia and the Volga region. It has also started flights to Berlin, Munich, Vienna, Heraklion and Thessaloniki.


From January-June, UTair carried 3.27 million passengers, up 15.9% year-over-year (YOY). Load factor was up 4.5 points to 71.5% YOY. According to UTair-passenger airlines president Alexey Budnik, the carrier’s fleet has not been increased since 2016. According to the airline’s website, it operates 74 aircraft, including Boeing 767-200s, 737-800s, 737-400s, 737-500s and ATR 72-500s, as well as Antonov An2s and AN-74s. Its main airport is Moscow Vnukovo, from which it operates up to 160 daily flights; its headquarters are in Surgut.



October 2016

UTair launches new routes

UTair Aviation announced the launch of new routes fr om St. Petersburg to Munich, Samara and Mineralnye Vody. Flights from St. Petersburg to Munich will start on October 30 from Pulkovo International Airport on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Departures from St. Petersburg are scheduled at 15:30 and departures from Munich at 17:10, all times local. In August 2016, UTair Aviation has launched new flights from the largest cities in the Krasnodar region. The new flights are in line with a memorandum of cooperation between the Government of Krasnodar region and airport management company Basel Aero.


The new UTair regional flights en route from Krasnodar to Sochi were launched on August, 1, 2016. In July 2016, UTair aviation has revised the schedule of flights to/fr om the Tolmachevo Airport in Novosibirsk in connection with the transition of the Novosibirsk region into a new time zone.




 Route Map



Popular Routes 

Khanty-Mansiysk    Syktyvkar


Khanty-Mansiysk    Moscow


Khanty-Mansiysk   Tyumen


Surgut   Moscow


Moscow   Syktyvkar


Moscow    Tyumen


The Fleet


ATR 72-500


Boeing 737-800







Boeing 737-400

Boeing 767-200ER 






Boeing 737-500






HUB Airport 



Moscow Domodedovo International Airport



Moscow’s largest and busiest airport, Domodedovo International Airport sees an annual traffic of  30 million passengers every year. Transaero has this airport as one of its two main hubs. AK Bars Aero, Globus Airlines, RusLine, S7 Airlines, Ural Airlines, VIM Airlines and Yamal Airlines also have the airport as a hub. Other airlines which fly to and from Moscow Domodedovo include Ethiad Airways, Emirates, Air Malta, Air Moldova, Japan Airlines, Pegasus Airlines, ALROSA, Qatar Airways, Royal Jordanian, SriLankan Airlines, Singapore Airlines and many others. 








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