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ФГУП «Государственная транспортная компания «Россия»
Founded 2006 (merger)
Hubs Pulkovo Airport
Destinations 66
Parent company Government Owned
Headquarters Saint Petersburg, Russia
Key people Roman Viktorovich Pakhomov (General Director)

Gennady Andreevich Boldyrev (First Deputy General Director)[1]


Federal State Unitary Enterprise «State Transport Company «Rossia» (Russian: ФГУП «Государственная транспортная компания «Россия»), operating as Rossiya — Russian Airlines (Russian: «Россия — Российские авиалинии») and also known in the Russian market as ГТК «Россия» (Russian transliteration: GTK "Rossiya"), is a secondary national airline based in Saint Petersburg, Russia, resulting from the 2006 merger of the Moscow-based company of the same name and Saint Petersburg-based Pulkovo Aviation Enterprise. The airline operates scheduled and charter passenger flights from Saint Petersburg and Moscow, and VIP flights on behalf of the Russian government, including the operation of aircraft for the President of Russia. Rossiya maintains an operational base at Pulkovo Airport in Saint Petersburg.



The airline was established in 1992 and is wholly owned by the Russian government. In 2006 the Russian government merged Rossiya Airlines with Pulkovo Aviation Enterprise, under the Rossiya name (or GTK Russia). The new airline started flying on October 29 under one flag. The merger process began in December 2004.[2] In November 2006 it was announced that the merger had been completed and Rossiya Airlines was registered in Saint Petersburg on 9 October 2006 has a branch in Moscow and has 54 offices in Russia and abroad. [3]

Charter capital is 1.352 billion rubles. First Deputy General Manager of the airline is Roman Pakhomov who replaced Gennadiy Boldyrev.


Arising from the merger with Pulkovo Airlines, the bulk of the scheduled service operation is from Russia's second city, St Petersburg, where Pulkovo was the dominant airline, and Rossiya continues to be. Operations based in Moscow are predominantly non-scheduled ones for state organisations, apart from Rossiya continuing Pulkovo's lead role on the Moscow-St Petersburg route.


Codeshare agreements

Rossiya has codeshare agreements with the following airlines:


The Rossiya commercial fleet consists of the following aircraft (March 2010)[4][5][6]:

Aircraft Total Orders Passengers
Airbus A319 9 132 (12/120)
128 (8/120)
120 (14/106)
Airbus A320 5 162 (12/150)
Antonov An-148-100В 2 4 [7] 68 (8/60)
Boeing 737-500 6 114
Boeing 767-300ER 3 304
Total 25 4

Rossiya government fleet (March 2010)[8] :

Aircraft In service Orders Stored
Tu-154 5 2
Tu-134 5
Antonov An-148 2
Tu-214 5 7
Tu-204-300 2
Il-62M 7 2
Il-96-300 4 2
Total 26 13 4


  1. ^ (Russian) Federal State Unitary Enterprise "State Air Traffic Management Corporation", Airline Reference, Vol. 1, Russian Federation, 1 June 2007, p. 370
  2. ^ Flight International 12-18 April 2005
  3. ^ UzReport retrieved 25 November 2006
  4. ^
  5. ^ Rossiya fleet list at Retrieved 2010-01-09.
  6. ^
  7. ^ Реестр самолётов типа Антонов Ан-148
  8. ^

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