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Russia's Utair 8-Month Passenger Traffic 5.4 Mln, Up 2.1% Y/Y
Russia's UTair Completes Bond Restructuring - Transport Ministry
Russia's Utair 7-Month Passenger Traffic 4.6 Mln, Up 2.8% Y/Y
Aviakompaniya UTair PAO (Public Joint-Stock Company UTair Aviation), is engaged in passenger and cargo transportation using airplanes and helicopters. The Company operates through two segments: Passenger transportation and Helicopter services. The Passenger transportation segment includes regular and charter flights, cargo transportation. It provides aircraft and cargo transportation on domestic and international routes using various types of aircraft. The Helicopter services segment includes installation works, forest ariel surveillance and aerochemical services, search and rescue ariel works, urgent medical evacuation, aerial-visual works, monitoring oil and gas pipelines, as well as passenger transportation services. It provides air transportation services to United Nations peacekeeping missions in various regions of the world. The Company offers aviation services, such as airport services, aircraft repairs and maintenance services, and aviation personnel training.
Andrey Sergeevich Filatov
Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Andrey Zarmenovich Martirosov
General Director (CEO), Chairman of the Management Board
Ruslan Rinatovich Gabdulkhakov
Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board
Igor Valerevich Petrov
Member of the Management Board, First Deputy General Director (CEO) - Finance Director
Aleksandr Ilich Stefanyuk
Member of the Management Board, Deputy General Director - Senior Operating Director
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A Russian passenger plane ran off an airport runway outside Russia's southern city of Sochi early on Saturday and caught fire injuring 18 people, officials and state media reported.
Eighteen people were killed in a helicopter crash in the Krasnoyarsk region in Siberia on Saturday, the aviation watchdog and emergency services said.
A Russian passenger plane carrying Peruvian soccer fans from the World Cup city of Ekaterinburg to Tyumen in Siberia landed safely on Friday after an engine fault caused the cabin to fill with smoke, Russia's air transport regulator said on Saturday.
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