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Airlines

Vipservice has direct contracts with a wide range of airlines. The number of our partners is constantly growing. We select only the most reliable and proven partners — who are leaders in the passenger air transport market, so we can be absolutely confident in the quality of services they provide.

Azimuth


Azimuth Airlines is a new air carrier from the South of Russia, which starts business from scratch and using only Russian aircrafts. Azimuth′s aircraft fleet consists of modern SSJ-100 (Sukhoy SuperJet–100) aircrafts. The key directions of flights are flights to Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Rostov-on-Don, Yekaterinburg, Omsk, Novosibirsk


Aeroflot

The indisputable leader in civil aviation today, a real national carrier. Founded in 1923, Aeroflot is one of the oldest airlines of the world and one of the most recognizable Russian brands. In 1989, Aeroflot was the first Russian airline to become a member of the International Air Transport Association (IATA). Aeroflot has been the leader in domestic aviation for many years.


S7 Airlines

S7 Airlines («Siberia» Airlines brand) has a wide network of domestic flights built on the basis of air transport hubs in Moscow (Domodedovo) and Novosibirsk (Tolmachevo). S7 Airlines also makes regular flights to CIS countries, Europe, the Middle East, South-East Asia, and Asia-Pacific countries. «Siberia» Airlines was founded in 1957. From 2005, the Airline has been operating under the S7 Airlines brand.

Utair

This company is one of Russia's largest airlines, it makes regular and charter passenger flights within and outside Russia. With its operations based on the principles of the market economy, Utair strives to achieve maximum openness and transparency by setting itself the goal of achieving a new level of quality of client service and to maintain the position of a modern, first-class, competitive air operator. 

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Ural Airlines

Ural Airlines is one of the largest dynamically developing airlines in Russia. New cities in Russia, CIS and more remote countries are added to this airline's flight map every year. The airline's base airports are the largest Russian air hubs, such as Moscow (Domodedovo) and Yekaterinburg. The airline's passenger traffic has been increasing by approximately 40% every year. In 2012, «Ural Airlines» carried over 3 million passengers.

Rossiya

«Rossiya» Airlines is a leading air carrier in the north west region of the country. «Rossiya» is based in Saint Petersburg and accounts for a little less than a half of all air transport services from Pulkovo Airport. The company's history dates back to 1934. Being a successor to «Pulkovo» Aviation Enterprise, it has preserved the distinguished traditions of Saint Petersburg aviation. In 2011, «Rossiya» Airlines became a member of the «Aeroflot» group of companies; it was the year when the passenger traffic of Aeroflot totaled 20 million passengers, or about a third of all domestic air traffic. The company's major shareholders are «Aeroflot» OJSC and the government of Saint Petersburg.

Air France

Air France is a subsidiary of Air France-KLM. Before its merger with KLM in 2004, it was the top national airline of France employing over 70,000 people.
Air France uses long-range and regional aircraft. It makes 1,500 flights every day on 243 routes to 103 countries.
It is based in Orly Airport, Saint-Exupéry International Airport, Côte d’Azur International Airport. It is a member of SkyTeam international alliance, and its key European partners are Alitalia and Aeroflot. Its main base is Charles de Gaulle Airport. It was founded on October 7, 1933. Today, it flies to 187 destinations.

KLM

KLM is the Royal Dutch Airlines founded on October 7, 1919. Until 2004, it was the national air carrier of the Netherlands, but merged with Air France in May 2004.
KLM is the world's oldest company that makes regular flights. KLM is headquartered in Amstelveen next to its hub airport, Schiphol. The merger with Air France in May 2004 resulted in the creation of Air France-KLM, though both companies fly under their own names.
KLM and its partner airlines connect over 360 cities in 78 countries on five continents. In Russia, KLM has flights to the USA, Canada, Africa, and South America. All flights are made from Moscow and Saint Petersburg airports.