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  • UN An-74

    An-74 suffered generator failure before Gao overrun


    Preliminary details of the Utair Cargo Antonov An-74 landing accident at Gao in Mali indicate the aircraft suffered an extensive electrical failure before the touchdown and overrun. Russian federal air transport regulator Rosaviatsia states that the generator of the right-hand Progress D-36 engine failed during the 3 August flight ...

  • UN An-74

    UN An-74 badly damaged in Mali landing accident


    One of Utair Group’s freighter aircraft, an Antonov An-74 TK-100, has been substantially damaged in an accident at Gao in eastern Mali. The United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilisation Mission in Mali – known as MINUSMA – says the aircraft was landing at Gao after arriving from the capital, Bamako, ...

  • Utair accident

    Utair 737 hit 1.1m snow bank short of runway: inquiry


    Investigators have determined that snow-clearance at Usinsk airport was inadequate before a landing accident in which a Utair Boeing 737-500 struck a shallow snow bank, about 1.1m high, situated 32m before the runway. The inquiry has also revealed that the aircraft was consistently slightly low on its descent path ...

  • Utair

    Pressured Utair cuts losses but coronavirus impact looms


    Russian carrier Utair halved its pre-tax losses in the first quarter, despite initial effects from the coronavirus crisis, but the impact on the second quarter has yet to become clear. The financially-pressured carrier’s passenger numbers in April were down by nearly 90%. Utair disclosed in early March that ...

  • Utair 737 left side

    Utair 737 hit snow bank on approach to Usinsk


    Russian investigators have disclosed that the Utair Boeing 737-500 involved in a landing accident at Usinsk struck a snow bank with its main undercarriage just before touching down. The aircraft hit the bank, sustaining damage, about 15m before reaching runway 13 as it arrived following a service from Moscow ...

  • Utair accident

    Utair cites windshear as 737-500 suffers landing accident at Usinsk


    One of Russian carrier Utair’s Boeing 737-500s has been evacuated after it suffered a landing accident on a wintry runway in Russia’s Komi republic. The aircraft (VQ-BPS) had been operating the UT595 service from Moscow Vnukovo to Usinsk airport on 9 February. Utair says that a “sharp, unpredictable ...

  • News

    Utair leasing more 737s as Max delivery dates shift


    Russian carrier Utair is to acquire up to four more current-generation Boeing 737s, in order to continue fleet modernisation while uncertainty remains over the 737 Max.

  • News

    Utair opens maintenance centre for domestic aircraft types


    Russian operator Utair has opened a centre for maintenance of domestically-built regional aircraft including Antonov and Yakovlev types.

  • News

    Utair cuts half-year loss but labours under debts


    ​Russian operator Utair is attributing an improvement in half-year financial performance to better fuel efficiency and aircraft utilisation, but acknowledges that it remain under pressure from a high debt burden.

  • News

    Sochi overrun 737 landed nearly halfway down runway


    ​Russian investigators have disclosed that the Utair Boeing 737-800 which overran at Sochi touched down almost halfway along the runway.

  • News

    Utair 737-800 in Sochi accident overran by 200m


    ​Russian investigators state that the Utair Boeing 737-800 involved in an overrun accident at Sochi came to rest 200m from the end of the runway.

  • News

    All on board survive Utair 737-800 excursion at Sochi


    ​All 170 occupants of a Utair Boeing 737-800 have escaped after the aircraft suffered severe damage during an overrun on landing at Sochi.

  • News

    Utair builds connections out of new Rostov airport


    Russia’s Utair is to expand from the new Platov airport at Rostov-on-Don, opening several new services within the country’s southern region.

  • News

    Serious Utair 737 upset involved excessive pitch and roll


    ​Russian investigators have detailed a serious loss-of-control incident last month involving a Utair Boeing 737-500 on approach to Moscow Vnukovo.

  • News

    PICTURE: UTair tweaks brand and unveils new livery


    Russian carrier UTair has unveiled a refreshed livery and a slightly-modified 'Utair' brand name.

  • News

    UTair handed two Istanbul routes


    ​Russian carrier UTair has been assigned two routes to the Turkish city of Istanbul, replacing the previously-designated carriers.

  • News

    UTair broadens MRO pact with Volga-Dnepr Gulf


    ​Russian carrier UTair has selected Volga-Dnepr Gulf to provide heavy maintenance for a batch of Boeing 737s.

  • News

    Aerostar services UTair 737s


    Romanian MRO provider Aerostar has added new customers for its 737 heavy maintenance services.

  • EC145

    Heavy types set to continue dominating Airbus Helicopters orders


    ​Airbus Helicopters has recorded steady end-of-year results for 2014, with heavy-class helicopter orders continuing to dominate the market.

  • News

    UTair cleared for Superjet MRO at Ufa


    Russia's ​UTair has secured certification to provide maintenance service for its Sukhoi Superjets at its Ufa station.