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Orenair (Orenburg Airlines)
ORENAIR — Оренбургские авиалинии
Orenair logo.png
IATA
R2 [1]
ICAO
ORB [1]
Callsign
ORENBURG [1]
Founded August 28, 1932
Hubs Orenburg Tsentralny Airport
Fleet size 34+
Destinations 12
Headquarters Orenburg, Russia
Key people Boris Alexandrovich Portnikov (General Director)
Website http://www.orenair.ru/
Orenair (Orenburg Airlines) Boeing 737-500

Orenburg Airlines (Russian: Оренбургские авиалинии [2] [3]) is an airline based in Orenburg, Russia. It operates domestic passenger services and inclusive tour charters, as well as aerial work and special flights. Its main base is Orenburg Tsentralny Airport, with hubs at Domodedovo and Orsk [4].

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History

The airline was formed from the Aeroflot Orenburg Division, which was established in 1932. It started operations in 1992 under its present name. It was the first Russian domestic airline to introduce the hub system of connecting flights in Orenburg, providing a full service for transfer passengers, and the first Russian domestic airline to introduce through air fares [4].

Destinations

Orenburg Airlines operates the following scheduled services (as of September 2009) [5] [6]:

The airline operates charter flights from and to Kazan, Krasnodar, Nizhny Novgorod, Omsk, Rostov-na-Donu, Samara, Sharm el-Sheikh, Ufa, Volgograd and other destinations.

Fleet

The Orenburg Airlines fleet includes the following aircraft (as of January 2009) [7]:

Furthermore, the airline announced its intentions to lease two B.737-800s [8].

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Previously operated

At August 2006 the airline also operated [9]:

External links

References

  1. ^ a b c Airlinecodes
  2. ^ With the official name of Federal State Unitary Enterprise – Russian: Федеральное государственное унитарное предприятие „Оренбургские авиалинии”.
  3. ^ The B.737s bear the title “Orenair”, while the Tu-134s and Tu-154s carry either “Orenburg Airlines” or “Orenair”, as it can be seen in the pictures on Airliners website and other sources.
  4. ^ a b "Directory: World Airlines". Flight International: p. 59. 2007-04-10.  
  5. ^ Orenair - Расписание регулярных рейсов (Scheduled flights)
  6. ^ Flightstats
  7. ^ Orenair - Наш флот (Orenair's fleet)
  8. ^ CH-Aviation, September 30, 2007.
  9. ^ Flight International, 3-9 October 2006.

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