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Kuban Airlines
IATA
GW
ICAO
KIL
Callsign
AIR KUBAN
Founded 1932
Hubs Krasnodar International Airport
Fleet size 15
Destinations 18
Headquarters Krasnodar, Russia
Key people
Website www.alk.ru

Kuban Airlines is an airline based in Krasnodar, Russia. It operates domestic schedules within Russia and international charters. Its main base is Krasnodar International Airport. Its name comes from Kuban Province in southern Russia.[1]

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History

The airline was established and started operations in 1932 as a division of Aeroflot. It was privatised in 1992. It is owned by the state (51%) and the airline employees (49%).[1]

New identity

A Kuban Airlines Boeing 737-300 in the new livery at East Midlands Airport, England being prepared for delivery. (2010)

In February 2010, Kuban Airlines introduced a new livery to its first Boeing 737-300 aircraft. The new livery is a dark green background with sunflowers running from the back half of the fuselage and up the tail. The engines are also coloured in dark green.[2]

Destinations

Fleet

A Kuban Airlines Yakovlev Yak-42D landing at Domodedovo International Airport, Russia. (2003)

The Kuban Airlines fleet consists of the following aircraft (at 7 March 2010):[1][3][4]

Kuban Airlines Fleet
Aircraft In Fleet Passengers
(Business/Economy)
Notes
Boeing 737-300 3 TBA Ex-bmibaby
Yakovlev Yak-42D 12 100 (16/84)

Previously operated

At August 2006 the airline also operated:[5]

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References


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