Other News for Donavia

  • Russia's Aeroflot-Don to rebrand as Donavia


    <p>Russian flag-carrier Aeroflot's wholly-owned southern airline, Aeroflot-Don, is to be rebranded under the new name...


  • News Listings for Donavia

  • A350 and Superjet rejig among Aeroflot fleet plans

    News | 11 Oct 2013 13:09 | David Kaminski-Morrow

    ​Russian flag-carrier Aeroflot is to place 10 Sukhoi Superjet 100s with subsidiary carriers, and reschedule its Airbus A350 deliveries, the airline has revealed in its latest fleet plan.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/A350-and-Superjet-rejig-among-Aeroflot-fleet-plans-391640/
  • Russia's Aeroflot-Don to rebrand as Donavia

    News | 22 Sep 2009 10:57 | David Kaminski-Morrow

    <p>Russian flag-carrier Aeroflot's wholly-owned southern airline, Aeroflot-Don, is to be rebranded under the new name Donavia.</p><p>Aeroflot says the decision...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Russias-Aeroflot-Don-to-rebrand-as-Donavia-332591/
  • Arranged marriages: Russia focus

    News | 19 Feb 2007 00:00 | Günter Endres

    Despite confusing government signals, Russia's airline industry is slowly beginning to consolidatehttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Arranged-marriages-Russia-focus-212247/
  • Russian carriers seek lower taxes

    News | 06 May 2002 23:00

    <p>PAUL DUFFY / MOSCOW</p> <p>Shortage of domestic-built aircraft, Chapter 3 noise requirements and cheaper leasing lead airlines to look to West</p> <p>A group of Russian airlines led by Aeroflot is lobbying the Russian government for reduced import taxes to enable them to acquire Western-built airliners.</p> <p>As Russian traffic levels increase for the summer season, demand for Western aircraft has been fuelled by a combination of lower lease rates following 11 September, a shortage of suitable Russian-built aircraft and the need to upgrade to Chapter 3-compliant types. Aeroflot, which wants to replace its 27 Airbus and Boeing aircraft with aircraft leases, is taking the lead in efforts to reduce the level of import taxes from the current 44% (including duty and value added tax) to no more than 5%.</p> <p>Aeroflot wants up to 16 medium-range aircraft in the Boeing Next Generation (NG) 737/Airbus A320- class category, as well as 11 long- range twinjets - expected to be Boeing 767http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Russian-carriers-seek-lower-taxes-147250/
  • Russia's big airlines expand - but second tier loses out

    News | 02 Apr 2001 23:00

    <p>Paul Duffy/MOSCOW Chris Jasper/LONDON</p> <p>Russian carriers enjoyed startlingly different fortunes last year, according to airline passenger statistics obtained by <I>Flight International</I>. The largest among them generally improved their position during the 12 months, but many smaller airlines suffered a sharp fall in traffic. </p> <p>Overall, the Russian airline sector enjoyed a marginally successful year in 2000, with its 300 carriers moving 21.76 million passengers (up 1.4% over 1999), representing a bottoming-out after a 10-year decline (<I>Flight International</I> 13-19 March). Passenger statistics for individual carriers (often the only data available in the absence of reliable financial figures) nevertheless show that the picture was a mixed one. Growth was concentrated on the large population centres of Moscow and St Petersburg, and to a lesser extent Novosibirsk. </p> <p>Flag-carrier Aeroflot Russian Airlines, the county's largest carrier, enjoyed an 11% rise in pashttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Russias-big-airlines-expand-but-second-tier-loses-out-128255/
  • Moscow court case brings end to Aeroflot/Transaero union

    News | 09 Dec 1998 00:00

    <p>Alexander Velovich and Paul Duffy/MOSCOW </p> <p>The two-year-old alliance between Aeroflot Russian International Airlines and Transaero has ended, following a Moscow court ruling that Aeroflot must pay Transaero R3 million ($176,000) as a balance of mutual financial claims by the two airlines. </p> <p>In early September, Aeroflot officially informed Transaero of the termination of their agreement on joint commercial activities from 6 October and on mutual clearing payments from 6 December. On 14 September, Aeroflot filed a claim in court against Transaero for R14.9 million due for maintenance services of Transaero's Ilyushin Il-86, and a week later for another R4.6 million. In addition, Aeroflot demanded that Transaero's bank accounts be frozen. Transaero replied with a counterclaim for R15.2 million. </p> <p>The court hearings have been seen as reflecting the attempts by several companies connected with financial magnate Boris Berezovsky to take control of Transaero. Berezovskyhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Moscow-court-case-brings-end-to-AeroflotTransaero-union-45824/