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    Aeroflot Group settles aircraft claims with lessor BOC Aviation


    Russian operator Aeroflot Group has settled with another lessor over its continued use of foreign-built aircraft. The company states that it has “completed” a settlement arrangement with the Irish arm of Singapore-based BOC Aviation. While Aeroflot Group has not disclosed terms, BOC Aviation states that it has received a cash ...

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    Pobeda 737 suffers runway excursion as it commences take-off from Perm


    One of Russian budget carrier Pobeda’s Boeing 737-800s has suffered a runway excursion during departure from Perm. Video footage circulating on social media, purportedly taken during the incident, shows the aircraft – bearing registration RA-73294 – at a standstill on snowy ground, with passengers disembarking by stairs. The aircraft had ...

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    Airlines continue to see mixed traffic returns from pandemic


    While traffic among all passenger carriers irrespective of business model or geography was hit abruptly and heavily by the pandemic, the recovery has been far more nuanced in the pace and extent to which it has returned.

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    Pobeda granted clearance to open Iranian service


    Aeroflot Group’s budget carrier Pobeda has obtained permission to operate services to Iran from Russia’s civil aviation regulator. Pobeda will be permitted to fly twice-weekly between Moscow and Tehran, according to the decision disclosed by federal air transport authority Rosaviatsia. All Pobeda flights are conducted with a fleet of Boeing ...

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    EU blacklists Russian carriers over continued operation of grounded aircraft


    All three Aeroflot Group carriers, plus S7 Airlines and Ural Airlines, are among 21 Russian operators blacklisted by the European Commission over safety concerns related to continued operation of aircraft seized by the Russian government. While Russian carriers are already barred from operating within the European Union, as part of ...

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    Pobeda parks large part of fleet and concentrates Moscow network on Vnukovo


    Aeroflot Group’s budget carrier Pobeda is to cut back its operations, putting 40% of its fleet into storage and trimming its network in response to the constraints on Russian air transport. It will maintain services with 25 Boeing 737s but park 16 others. The airline will also suspend the transfer ...

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    Budget carrier Pobeda profits from Russian domestic upturn


    Russian budget carrier Pobeda proved profitable over the first half of this year, riding the sharp recovery in the country’s domestic travel market. Passenger numbers more than doubled to 6.4 million in the first six months compared with 2020, and July 2021 passenger figures were 46% higher than the pre-crisis ...

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    Aeroflot Group invests in reconfiguring 737-800s to expand Pobeda


    Aeroflot Group is to invest some $58 million in reconfiguring Boeing 737-800s for transfer to the fleet of its budget airline Pobeda. The group says it has postponed several investment projects as a result of the pandemic-driven air transport crisis. But during its half-year financial update the company states that ...

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    Pobeda adds more Turkish routes following lifting of restrictions


    Aeroflot low-cost unit Pobeda is further bolstering its network of flights to Turkish tourism destinations following Russia’s recent lifting of travel restrictions to the country.

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    Rossiya builds Superjet fleet as Russian domestic market picks up


    Aeroflot Group shifted another six Sukhoi Superjet 100s to Rossiya during March, bringing the number transferred to the airline to 14 over the first quarter. Rossiya’s fleet has increased from 67 to 81 aircraft over the three-month period as Aeroflot Group continued implementation of a strategy to use Rossiya ...

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    Pobeda takes on first 737-800 under Aeroflot Group fleet optimisation


    Russian budget carrier Pobeda has received the first Boeing 737-800 to be transferred to the operator under Aeroflot Group’s broad fleet restructuring programme. Aeroflot Group is re-aligning the fleets of Aeroflot, and subsidiaries Rossiya and Pobeda, as part of a strategic rethink on capacity allocation within its various markets. ...

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    Aeroflot approves transfer of 10 737-800s to Pobeda


    Aeroflot’s board has approved the transfer of 10 Boeing 737-800s from its fleet to that of its low-cost budget sister carrier Pobeda. The aircraft will be sub-leased from April-June this year according to the board decision, although the possibility of a postponement remains. Aeroflot Group says the lease ...

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    Pobeda to open second Moscow base with flights from Sheremetyevo


    Russian budget carrier Pobeda is to open services from a second Moscow base, operating from the capital’s Sheremetyevo airport. Pobeda is part of Aeroflot Group alongside Aeroflot and Rossiya. Moscow Sheremetyevo is Aeroflot’s main base. The expansion will involve Pobeda’s opening services to 12 cities in Russia, as ...

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    Budget airline Pobeda proves resilient as Russian full-year traffic halves


    Russian airlines’ passenger traffic halved over the course of last year, official figures from the federal air transport regulator show. Rosaviatsia states that overall traffic was down by 52% with passenger numbers down 46% to 69.2 million. But the fall was not indiscriminate across the Russian carriers. ...

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    Aeroflot Group claims Pobeda profitable despite crisis


    Aeroflot Group is highlighting the performance of its budget arm Pobeda, posting a net profit for the carrier for both the third quarter and the first nine months of this year. The company says Pobeda increased passenger numbers during the quarter, compared with last year, and achieved load factors ...

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    Aeroflot Group aims to raise Rb80bn through share placement


    Aeroflot Group is aiming to raise at least Rb80 billion ($1 billion) through a capital increase involving the placement of new shares, in order to strengthen its liquidity. Although it had previously prepared to place up to 1.7 billion shares, the Russian operator says it has yet to determine ...

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    Russian state helps Aeroflot Group obtain Rb70bn in loans


    Aeroflot Group has obtained state guarantees to enable it to secure two loans totalling Rb70 billion ($940 million), and has also received a subsidy worth Rb7.9 billion. The Russian operator has turned in a net loss of Rb58.3 billion for the first six months of the year, under international ...

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    Russian carriers begin resuming international services


    Russian operators are restarting international services after the government started clearing restoration of links with countries including Turkey, the UK and Tanzania. Aeroflot is re-opening its links from Moscow Sheremetyevo to Istanbul and London Heathrow on 1 August, both routes being served by Boeing 777s. Aeroflot’s budget sister carrier Pobeda ...

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    Russian budget carrier Pobeda taking four more 737-800s


    Aeroflot Group’s low-cost operator Pobeda is set to receive four additional Boeing 737-800s in the space of a week. The airline acquired one aircraft on 21 July, taking its fleet of the type to 31. But Pobeda says it is due to take three more of the type ...

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    Russian low-cost carrier Pobeda halts flights until end of May


    Aeroflot low-cost unit Pobeda has suspended all flights until the end of May following the introduction of travel restrictions by the Russian government.