UTair Aviation


UTair Aviation

Infobox Airline
airline = JSC "UTair Aviation"
ОАО «Авиакомпания «ЮТэйр»
logo =
logo_size = 150
fleet_size = 259 (+59 orders)
destinations =
IATA = UT
ICAO = TMN
callsign = UTAIR
parent =
company_slogan = Everywhere in the Sky
founded = 1967
headquarters = Khanty Mansiysk, Russia
key_people = Andrei Zarmenovich Martirosov (General Director)
hubs = Khanty-Mansiysk Airport
Surgut Airport
Syktyvkar Airport
Moscow-Vnukovo
Tyumen-Roshchino
Tyumen-Plekhanovo
Noyabrsk Airport
Berezovo
Sochi Airport
frequent_flyer = STATUS [http://www.utair.ru/en/transp/status/]
lounge =
alliance =
website = http://www.utair.ru/

UTair Aviation (MICEX|UTAR; RTS|TMAT) (commonly known as UTair) is an
airline based in Khanty Mansiysk, Russia. It operates scheduled domestic passenger services, charter flights and helicopter activities in support of the oil and gas industry in Siberia, and relief operations for the United Nations. Its main base is
Tyumen Airport(TJM).

History

It was formed as the Tyumen Aeroflot Directorate in 1967 to meet the demands of the fast growing oil and gas industry development in Siberia. In
1991 the airline became Tyumenaviatrans Aviation (TAT), adopting the present title in early 2003. The airline is owned by Khanty Mansiysk District (23%), private foreign investors (20%), Surgut city administration (19%), Russian shareholders and companies (33%) and the Russian Federation (2%).

Subsidiaries

UTair Aviation has significant stakeholdings in the following companies [ [http://www.utair.ru/img/uploaded/2006122611085259.pdf UTair Aviation 2005 Annual Report] ] :

* Air Safety Centre, Ltd (80%)
* Berezovo Airport (100%)
* Carriage and Services Sales Centre, Ltd (100%)
* Donbass Helicopters (Ukraine) (100%)
* Igrim Airport (100%)
* Irtyshaviatrans, Ltd (73%)
* Kondaavia (45.5%)
* Mys Kamenny Airport (100%)
* Noyabrsk Airport (100%)
* Personnel Training Centre (100%)
* Plant No. 26 (55.8%)
* Plekhanovo Airport, Ltd (100%)
* Surgut Airport (26%)
* Tazovskiy Airport (100%)
* Tyumenaviatechsnab, Ltd (100%)
* Tyumenspetsavia (100%)
* Ust-Kut Airport (76.66%) [ [http://www.utair.ru/en/news/news_current.shtml?2007/02//20070227-557.html UTair Aviation press release, 27 February 2007] ]
* UT Project Services Pty Ltd (India) (100%)
* UTair-Europe Ltd (100%) [ [http://www.utair.ru/en/news/news_current.shtml?2006/12//20061226-539.html UTair Aviation press release, 26 December 2006] ]
* UTair Express (100%)
* UTair Sierra Leone Ltd (100%) [ [http://www.utair.ru/en/news/news_current.shtml?2007/04//20070406-636.html UTair Aviation press release, 6 April 2007] ]
* UTair South Africa Pty Ltd)
* UTair-Finance, Ltd (100%)
* UTair-Leasing, Ltd (100%)
* UTair-Technik, Ltd (100%)
* West-Siberian Air Service Agency, Ltd (51%)
* ZapSibCatering

Services

UTair operates flights to the following destinations (as of May 2007):

Domestic scheduled destinations

*Anapa (Vityazevo Airport)
*Astrakhan (Narimanovo Airport)
*Belgorod (Belgorod Airport)
*Beloyarsk
*Berezovo
*Biysk (Biysk Airport)
*Cheboksary (Cheboksary Airport)
*Igrim
*Kaliningrad (Khrabrovo Airport)
*Kazan (Kazan Airport)
*Khanty-Mansiysk (Khanty-Mansiysk Airport)
*Kogalym (Kogalym Airport)
*Krasnodar (Pashkovsky Airport)
*Kursk (Kursk Airport)
*Magnitogorsk (Magnitogorsk Airport)
*Makhachkala (Uytash airport)
*Mineralnye Vody (Mineralnye Vody Airport)
*Moscow
**Vnukovo International Airport) hub
**Domodedovo International Airport
*Mys Kamenny
*Nizhnevartovsk (Nizhnevartovsk Airport)
*Nizhny Novgorod (Strigino Airport)
*Novy Urengoy (Novy Urengoy Airport)
*Novosibirsk (Novosibirsk Tolmachevo Airport)
*Noyabrsk (Noyabrsk Airport)
*Nyagan (Nyagan Airport)
*Omsk (Tsentralny Airport)
*Petrozavodsk (Besovets Airport)
*Rostov-on-Don (Rostov-on-Don Airport)
*Saint Petersburg (Pulkovo Airport)
*Samara (Samara Kurumoch Airport)
*Sochi (Adler-Sochi International Airport)
*Sovetsky (Sovetsky Tyumenskaya))
*Surgut (Surgut Airport)
*Syktyvkar (Syktyvkar Airport)
*Tyumen (Roschino Airport)
*Ufa (Ufa Airport)
*Ukhta (Ukhta Airport)
*Uray (Uray Airport)
*Usinsk (Usinsk Airport)
*Yekaterinburg (Koltsovo International Airport)

International scheduled destinations

Asia

Central Asia

*Kyrgyzstan
**Bishkek (Manas International Airport)
*Tajikistan
**Dushanbe (Dushanbe Airport)
**Khujand

Southwest Asia

*Armenia
**Yerevan (Zvartnots International Airport)
*Azerbaijan
**Baku (Heydar Aliyev International Airport)
**Nakhichevan

Europe

*Germany
**Munich (Munich International Airport)
*Ukraine
**Donetsk (Donetsk Airport)
**Kharkiv (Kharkiv Osnova International Airport)
**Kiev (Boryspil Airport)
**Lugansk (Luhansk International Airport)
**Lviv (Lviv International Airport)
**Mykolaiv (Mykolaiv Airport)
**Simferopol (Simferopol Airport)
*Lithuania
**Palanga (Palanga International Airport)
**Vilnius (Vilnius International Airport)

Incidents and accidents

*On March 17, 2007, UT Air Flight 471, a UTAir Tupolev Tu-134 crash-landed at Samara Kurumoch Airport, Samara, killing 7 people and injuring 26.
*On July 2 2008 an UTAir Mi-8 helicopter crashed in Yamal region, killing 9 and injuring 7 on board. [ [http://www.rosbalt.ru/2008/07/02/499746.html Крушение Ми-8: Оставшиеся в живых получили сильные ожоги - Ми-8, крушение - Росбалт-Север ] ]

Fleet

As of March 2008 the UTair Aviation fleet comprises the following fixed winged aircraft and helicopters: [http://www.aerotransport.org/php/go.php?query=operator&qstring=UTAir+Airlines&where=110858&luck= Aerotransport.org] ] Federal State Unitary Enterprise "State Air Traffic Management Corporation", "Airline Reference", Vol. 1, Russian Federation, 20 February 2007, p. 500] [ [http://www.utair.ru/en/hel/hel_list/ UTair Aviation helicopter fleet list] ]



Included in the fleet figures above are helicopters operated by the UTair Aviation subsidiaries, UTair Europe, UTair SA and UTair Sierra Leone.

References

External links

*ru icon [http://www.utair.ru/ UTair Aviation official website]
*en icon [http://www.utair.ru/en/ UTair Aviation official website]
* [http://www.ch-aviation.ch/aircraft.php?search=set&airline=P2&al_op=1 UTair Aviation fleet]


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