Top News on Tyumen

  • Aeroflot rebrands budget airline with hint of defiance

    ​Aeroflot is to brand its new low-cost carrier ‘Pobeda’, meaning ‘Victory’, after its previous budget operation, Dobrolet, was forced to halt services.

  • Other News for Tyumen

  • ​PICTURE: UTair’s first Superjet sports special livery

    Sukhoi has painted UTair’s first Superjet 100 in a special livery.

  • ATR releases more details on Lao Airlines crash

    ATR has released more details on the crash of a Lao Airlines ATR 72-600 near Pakse on 16 October that killed all 44...

  • UTAir revises de-icing procedures after fatal ATR crash

    Russian carrier UTAir has revised its de-icing procedures, following an order from the federal transport supervisory...

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  • UTair slashes network

    News | 13 Feb 2015 15:25 | Tom Zaitsev

    ​UTair has made severe cuts to its international route network ahead of seeking approval for a cash injection from shareholders.
  • Transaero to add routes from Sochi

    News | 10 Feb 2015 16:21 | Oliver Clark

    Transaero will add links to Sochi from several cities in central Russia as part of its summer 2015 season.
  • ANALYSIS: Low-cost units dominate 2014 start-ups

    News | 02 Jan 2015 16:04 | Graham Dunn

    Much of the activity among start-up carriers during 2014 was driven by new low-cost offshoots from both budget and network carriers.
  • UTair urged to slash fleet

    News | 18 Dec 2014 17:16 | Tom Zaitsev

    ​UTair has been advised by Raiffeisenbank to drastically cut its passenger fleet size to meet debt restructuring goals.
  • UTair repair division secures EASA approval

    News | 05 Dec 2014 13:16

    ​UTair subsidiary TS-Technik has secured European approval for its maintenance operation.
  • New Aeroflot LCC unit cleared for December start

    News | 11 Nov 2014 12:33

    Russian regulator Rosaviatsia has cleared Aeroflot low-cost carrier successor airline, Pobeda, to begin ticket sales after awarding it its AOC and air transport licence.